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Border Clashes

UNITA’s supporters amongst the tribes of southern Angola had been known for their irresponsible actions in the past. After they achieved some dominance, their activities inevitably led to clashes. They attacked Portuguese administrative posts and took control of places like Naulila by armed force. Especially refugees, mostly white Portuguese that were streaming out of Angola by 1975, were harassed.

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