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The effects of the civil war waged from 1975 until as late as 2002, still linger in all aspects of Angolan life, not just the economy. The agricultural sector was hit hardest by the civil war and is only just starting to recover

The diamond, oil and gold mining sectors are thriving in Angola. Many believe that the mining sector, though strong at present, has only begun to explore and exploit the vast mineral resources in this nation. Growth right now is driven almost entirely by the petroleum industry and a swift rise in oil production

Production of diamonds rose by 30% in 2006 and the national diamond company of Angola (Emprêsa Nacional de Diamantes), ‘Endiama’, founded in 1981, expects production and exports to rise steadily year on year. The government has embarked on a campaign to attract, foreign investors to the diamond rich areas of Uige, Malanje and Bie. Angola is the 3rd largest producer of diamonds in the world and it is estimated that only around 40% of the mineral reserves have been explored

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Diamond smuggling remains a massive challenge for the government with losses in the region of $375 million annually. Diamond mining and extraction of diamonds in Angola is usually by alluvial mining and kimberlite pipe mining. There is growing environmental concern about the effects of pipe mining on the ecosystem

While under Portuguese rule, Angola was one of the world’s largest producers of iron ore. This came to an abrupt halt with the start of the civil war and the destruction of most of the existing mining infrastructure. It was only in the late 2000s that the iron ore mining sector started a slow recovery

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Protesters said it was a peaceful march to the government to engage in talks over the autonomy of their region, but police, in a statement, said they foiled an armed rebellion organised by 300 members of the Lunda Tchokwe Protectorate Movement (LTPM)

HRW was in the process of verifying a video circulating on social media filmed on January 30, 2021 morning that shows several bodies on the ground, as one police officer kicks and steps on the head of a wounded person

"Angolan authorities must launch a prompt, thorough, independent, effective, and transparent investigation into the killings and bring suspected perpetrators to justice in fair trials that meet international standards," AI and OMUNGA said in a joint statement Tuesday

Mãos Livre (Free Hands in Portuguese), another human rights group in Angola, questioned whether the police would hold an independent probe on the killings. This was after police general commander Paulo de Almeida on Sunday justified the killings, saying they happened following criminal acts and added that the security forces on the ground were targeted by an armed rebellion aiming to take over the police station

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"The Minister of Mines and Mining Development . . . made the following regulations: these regulations may be cited as the Mining (General) (Amendment) Regulations, 2021 (No. 25)," it said in a latest update

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