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Three Days of Violence That Emptied Angolan Town of Congolese

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Residents of Kapende, a Congolese neighborhood in the Angolan town of Lucapa, scrawled messages on their homes to keep the looters away, but it did not work. "Occupied," "do not enter," "home of an Angolan" — the writing remains visible on the wrecked houses belonging to Congolese who have gone home as Angola has clamped down on illegal diamond mines and the migrants who worked them. The destruction in Kapende, where no house remains occupied or intact,...

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