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Angola Faces Health Crisis as Oil Price Drop Leads to Cutbacks

When a plunge in oil prices prompted Angola's government to slash public spending last year, street trader Antonio Simao Baptista had no idea it would leave his rundown suburb overwhelmed by filth and disease. The budget of Africa's second largest oil exporter has been cut again this year and is 40 percent lower than two years ago. Public services including trash collection and water sanitation, are overlooked by contractors who aren't being paid or can't import...

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