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Angola to Set Up Police Station Serving Chinese Community

Angolan Interior Minister José Bamóquina Zau toured Luanda's Chinatown to meet with merchants and listen to their concerns.

The Government of Angola will set up a police station to serve the Chinatown district of its capital Luanda, announced José Bamoquina Zuwu, Angola’s Interior Minister. He made the announcement during a rare visit to the Chinese neighborhood.

The move follows increasing attacks against Chinese residents in Angola and neighboring countries. The police station would echo a similar community-police liaison set up in South Africa, which led to fake news that the Chinese government is opening police stations in South Africa.

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