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    Ten years after the drama of Cabinda, the Togolese remain upset


    On January 8, 2010, “Hawks” from Togo on their way to the African Cup of Nations in Angola were victims of an attack in the enclave of Cabinda. Their bus is machine-gunned. The Togolese death toll is two: Stan Ocloo, the team’s communications officer, Amélété Abalo, the assistant coach and the injured, including goalkeeper Kodjovi Obilalé, who is seriously injured and now disabled. Ten years later, bitterness and sadness still prevail. Reportage.

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