Angolan Government

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Mitterrand–Pasqua Affair - Arms Sales
... Curial, supportive of dos Santos, contacted members of the government, President's advisor for African Affairs, Bruno Delahe and Jean-Christophe ... government's support for UNITA had diminished while tacit support for the MPLA increased because peace would increase oil output ... At that time Jean-Christophe Mitterrand was free of government charges until May 1992, and had already signed a contract with a private French company (La compagnie generale des Eaux) ...
Human Rights In Angola - Basic Rights
... freedom of the media,” reported Human Rights Watch in August 2012, “the government has increasingly limited the exercise of these rights.” The 2011 U.S ... State Department report noted that the Angolan government is believed to engage in illegal surveillance of journalists, government opponents, and others ... Businesses are often pressured by the government to withdraw advertising from media that are critical of it ...
Cuban Intervention In Angola - Proxy War, UN Resolutions and Negotiations (late 1970s and 1980s)
... Main article Angolan civil war In the following years, Cuba kept itself engaged in a number of other African countries ... support from South Africa and the Angolan government still had not gained control over the whole country ... established bases in southern Angola, now supported by the Angolan government, and stepped up its operations in Namibia ...
António Bento Bembe
... Liberation of the Enclave of Cabinda, a Oficial General of Angolan Army, a minister without portfolio in the Angolan government, between 2007-2009, Nowday a Secretary of ... dedicated to representing Cabindans in peace negotiations with the Angolan government ... government request for extradition on kidnapping charges in relation to a Chevron worker's disappearance in 1990 ...
Angola–Cuba Relations - History - Shaba Invasions
... The FNLC wanted to overthrow Mobutu and the Angolan government, suffering from Mobutu's support for the FNLA and UNITA, did not try to stop the invasion ... Eight days later, the French government responded to Mobutu's plea and airlifted 1,500 Moroccan troops into Kinshasa ... Mobutu accused the Angolan government, as well as the Cuban and Soviet governments, of complicity in the war ...

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