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Sat, 21 Jul 2018 17:09 - Updated Sat, 21 Jul 2018 17:09

Remains of Angop's journalist Zamoko Miguel put rest in Benfica Cemetery

Luanda - The remains of Angolan journalist and translator, Mpasi Zamoko Miguel, who died on Wednesday, in Luanda, were buried in the Benfica cemetery on Saturday.

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Mpasi Zamoko Miguel, Jornalist of ANGOP

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In this moment of pain and consternation, ANGOP's Board of Directors inclines, in his memory, and addresses, on behalf of all the agency's workers, to the bereaved family, their deepest condolences.

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