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Every year the delta lands in Northern Botswana are fed by floodwaters coming down from Angola. The slowly seeping water gives life to dormant plants and fills the rivers where hippos wallow and crocodiles lie in wait for antelope and zebra to drink along the banks.

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Britain's Princess Diana talks to the press following her arrival at Luanda airport January 13. Dropping her usual entourage for a lone butler, and dressed in practical jeans, navy jacket and sneakers, Diana made clear this was a working visit to a country where nine million landmines, one per person, still lie in wait for victims. Diana is visiting Angola at the invitation of the Red Cross aiming to publicise a Red Cross campaign to ban landmines worldwide. ANGOLA DIANA - Stock Image

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Where is Angola? What about Ethiopia or Nigeria? Can your kids find them on a map? Want to know something funny? Many children and adults around the world thin

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The Welwistchia is primitive conifer living only in parts of coastal Namibia and Angola where moisture from the sea meets the desert. Despite appearances, it only has two single leaves, which it never sheds. National plant of Namibia.

The Welwistchia is primitive conifer living only in parts of coastal Namibia and Angola where moisture from the sea meets the desert. Despite appearances, it only has two single leaves, which it never sheds. National plant of Namibia.

The Welwistchia is primitive conifer living only in parts of coastal Namibia and Angola where moisture from the sea meets the desert. Despite appearances, it only has two single leaves, which it never sheds. National plant of Namibia.

Coloured Rug | Himba is a southern Angola tribe, who lives in a land isolated by deserts and moun- tains and dresses in strictly traditional ways. Himba is famous for their beautiful women painted with ochre and long tresses wrapped in red clay. They have an extre- me capacity to survive in hard conditions, a remarkable feature from where HIMBA is born: a strong, powerful, red coloured rug made from hand-knotted thin wool, taking to your home the warm sensations of Africa…

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