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After #SARS in Nigerian, Angola started looking for new future with Strike. See It

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View pictures in App save up to 80% data. Suddenly, a country that was celebrating 45 years of independence plunged into a war scenario. This was after a group of young activists went ahead with a demonstration through the streets of Luanda to demand decent living conditions and the organization of local elections in Angola.

Local authorities announced that the gathering was prohibited in a context of public calamity. The march ended with the use of tear gas to disperse the crowd.

"We as a people, civil society, came to demonstrate peacefully. Arriving at the scene, the police began repression, beating the protesters," said one activist.

Dalí, co-organizer of the demonstration, says that "several people are missing. There are several arrests. There have been two deaths. We do not yet have an exact number of how many people are missing, because we are still behind the data."

In the wounded balance there is a journalist from Lusa and another from Reuters.

Euronews correspondent in Angola, Neusa e Silva, stresses that she tried "to contact the national police to find out the balance and the reason for the repression of this demonstration, but without any success".

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Resource: https://pt.euronews.com/2020/11/11/manifestacao-em-luanda-termina-em-violencia

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