2 January 2013

Angola: Cidadela Stadium Tragedy Stains Calmest Year Transition

Photo: Euronews
File Photo:Tragedy Claims 13 Lives At Religious Year-End Mass in Angola.

Luanda — The National police recorded 71 crimes all over the country at the end of year 2012, representing a bad transition due to the accident at Cidadela National Stadium, that caused the death of 13 faithful of the Universal Church.

The second police commander, Commissioner Chief Paulo de Almeida, said that 50 crimes were explained, being detained 58 people.

He said that the 21 provinces of Luanda, Kwanza-Sul and Uije were at the top of the crimes recorded.

Meanwhile, seven people died and 47 were injured following the roads accidents, adds the corporation.

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