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Sun, 17 May 2020 22:21 - Updated Sun, 17 May 2020 22:20

Angolan students in Russia return home

Luanda - About 250 Angolan students in Russia arrived Sunday evening in Luanda, on a flight jointly sponsored by Government and the State-owned airline (TAAG).

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A TAAG airplane

Photo: Joaquina Bento/Arquivo

The return of the Angolan students is owed to the covid-19 pandemic hitting the whole world, with a heavy toll on Russia itself.

Another airplane landed in Luanda on Sunday evening, carrying tons of bio-safety material and other covid-19 prevention and combat means.

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