5 November 2018
Angolan President Joao Lourenco, elected last year as the country's first new leader in nearly four decades, met civic groups on Tuesday in unprecedented talks as part of his reforms.
The meeting was marred by presidential staff refusing entry of investigative journalist Rafael Marques who was critical of Lourenco's predecessor Jose Eduardo dos Santos during his 38-year rule.
Marques said later he been invited to a private meeting with Lourenco on Wednesday in what he called a sign of "good will".
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