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Angola Facts Info Stuff (AO):

Angola Latitude Facts: -10.866 and Angola Longitude Facts: 14.7805

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  1. United Kingdom Category: People - Population below poverty line (%): 14% (2006 estimate)

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Angola Regions are: Benguela Bie Cabinda Cuanza Sul Huambo Huila Luanda Lunda Norte Lunda Sul Malanje Namibe Zaire

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Source: CIA - The World Factbook