Angola broke off talks with the United States on peace in southern Africa, charging that Congress’ decision to repeal a nine-year-old ban on aid to Angolan rebel groups shows that the American view of the region is identical to that of South Africa. U.S.-brokered sessions over the last three years have led to the signing of an accord providing for a joint Angolan-South African monitoring commission to oversee the withdrawal of Pretoria’s occupation troops from southern Angola.
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