In Angola, the Generals will be just fine

From AFRICA IS A COUNTRY Tue Feb 19 2013, 06:00:13

Last week the Portuguese Attorney General's office dismissed a case of libel and defamation against Rafael Marques and the Portuguese publisher Tinta da China. The criminal case against Marques and Tinta da China was filed by nine Angolan generals, all of whom own are part owners in Sociedade Mineira do Cuango, a mining company, and [...]

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