Definitions

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  • adj. Of or pertaining to Cabinda.
  • n. A native or inhabitant of Cabinda.

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Examples

  • The MOU rejected the notion of Cabindan independence, calls for the demobilization and reintegration of former Front for the Liberation of the Enclave of Cabinda

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  • The MOU rejected the notion of Cabindan independence, called for the demobilization and reintegration of former FLEC fighters into various government positions, and created a special political and economic status for the province of Cabinda.

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  • Back in January, before the start of the tournament, the Togolese squad, while en route to their hotel in Angola, was attacked by a group of Cabindan terrorists.

    2010 February « The View From LL2

  • International Disputes: Cabindan separatists continue to return to the Angolan exclave from exile in neighboring states and Europe since the 2006 ceasefire and peace agreement.

    Angola

  • Military expenditures—percent of GDP: 5.7% (2006) Transnational IssuesDisputes—international: many Cabindan separatists have returned to the province from exile since the 2006 ceasefire and peace agreement; concerns from international experts and local populations over the Okavango Delta ecology in Botswana and human displacement scuttled Namibian plans to construct a hydroelectric dam at Popavalle (Popa Falls) along the Angola-Namibia border

    Angola

  • Angolamany Cabindan separatists have returned to the province from exile since the 2006 ceasefire and peace agreement; concerns from international experts and local populations over the Okavango Delta ecology in Botswana and human displacement scuttled Namibian plans to construct a hydroelectric dam at Popavalle (Popa Falls) along the Angola-Namibia border

    Disputes-international

  • "These peace celebrations won't mean anything to the Cabindan people who just want to live in freedom," said Agostinho Chikaya, head of the separatist movement Mpalabanda (Resistance).

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • "I tell my Cabindan friends that they are better off than all the other provinces," said Paiva.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • He has seen very little of Angola and has been told not to venture out of the Malongo compound after Cabindan rebels in the

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The Angolan government and a separatist faction from Cabinda led by Antonio Bento Bembe entered into two agreements, envisaging a cease-fire, a general amnesty for all separatist Cabindan combatants as well as their demobilisation, or, for those who want it, their reintegration into the security forces.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

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