People, Countries, and Cities

Why is Cabinda separate from Angola

Cabinda, though a province of Angola, is separated from the bulk of Angola by approximately 25 miles (40 kilometers) of the Democratic Republic of Congo. In 1886, Belgium gave this tiny area to Angola. Cabindans have recently taken up arms against Angola in the hope of obtaining independence.


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