There's an uneasy peace in Angola as the capital, Luanda, recovers from last week's riots which left nearly one hundred dead and hundreds injured.
GV PAN Luanda
GV People outside FNLA headquarters (3 shots)
SV Troop holding poster TILT UP TO FNLA headquarters
GV Troops driving through streets and passing burnt out lorry (4 shots)
GV Debris scattered after rioting
GV Damaged shop PAN TO troops on street
CU Bullet holes in building
GV Shanty town PAN TO troops looking on
GENERAL VIEW LUANDA: CROWDS OUTSIDE FNLA HEADQUARTERS: TROOPS PATROLLING STREETS: EVIDENCE OF RIOTING, INCLUDING BULLET RIDDLED BUILDINGS, BURNT OUT VEHICLES AND OTHER DEBRIS.
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Background: There's an uneasy peace in Angola as the capital, Luanda, recovers from last week's riots which left nearly one hundred dead and hundreds injured.
The riots were believed to have resulted from a jockeying for supremacy between radical members of various liberation movements.
The official movements have disclaimed involvement, and at least one group, the National Front for the Liberation of Angola (FNLA) has joined forces with Portuguese troops in helping to quell the violence.
The FNLA recently established a headquarters in Luanda after being banned for many years.