ANGOLA: Three-Way Fight for a Rich Prize

This time it's not a racial war. The whites are out of it. The blacks are at it again, gnawing at each other's throats. You go to bed at night if you've a bed, you wake up in the morning if there is a morning, and you've slept and what is gone is gone. That's all.

—Angolan Journalist Job de Carvalho

Such is the depth of despair today in Angola, where three black liberation movements are fighting over who will hold power after the vast West African territory becomes independent of Portugal on Nov....

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