Dundo - Over 10,000 refugees - 4,304 men, 3,102 women and 3,287 children - from Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) have returned voluntarily to the country since June 2017, according to Migration and Foreigners Service (SME).More about this news
Mbanza Kongo -The provincial court of the northern Zaire province, sentenced on Monday to 16 years in jail the deputy-chief of the Criminal Investigation Service (SIC), António Vansi Fuambuta, aged 39, for the killing of a car washer.
Bissau - African Party for Independence of Guinea and Cabo Verde (PAIGC) has paid tribute to the Angolan nationalist Brito Sozinho for his engagement in the struggle for freedom and justice of the Guinean and Angolan people.
The governor of the north-western Luanda Province, Adriano Mentes de Carvalho, last Sunday said that Angolans have their own identity thanks to the brave combatants who, in the dawn of 04 February 1961, took up weapons and attacked colonial infrastructures, with highlight on prisons, with the aim of putting an end to the Portuguese fascist regime.
Luanda - More than 30.000 foreign citizens, mostly from the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), were detained for illegal stay in Angola since the beginning of the Luvuvamu operation, which started on November 15.
Cuito - A field magazine has been deactivated in Cambandua commune, central Bié Province, by the National Police in partnership with sappers from the National Demining Institute (INAD), informed last Thursday the press officer of the corporation in Bié, chief superintendant António Hossi.
Luanda - Angolan and Mozambican governments signed on Friday in Luanda a deal on visa waiver on ordinary passports.
Luanda - The National Police will focus more on implementing proximity policing countrywide, a strategy that is aimed at improving public security.
Luanda - The general Commander of the National Police, Ambrósio de Lemos, said on Saturday in Luanda the corporation will strengthen the police presence in the city so as to curb the wave of abduction, theft and murders that have been haunting the Angolan capital.