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Re: Portuguese head to former African colony to escape euro crisis

Philippe ·
In the past year, at least 10,000 Portuguese people have moved to Angola and Mozambique. Portugal has been hit hard by Europe's economic crisis, with its economy continuing to shrink and unemployment still rising. Tens of thousands of Portuguese have been forced to leave their country to seek a brighter future, and an increasing number are applying for visas to former colonies such as Angola, Mozambique and Brazil.
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Re: Portuguese head to former African colony to escape euro crisis

Kocolicious ·
Sound familiar? That's what the Irish and Germans did when they migrated to America. No one talks about that. And in the interim brought their racism with 'em. It appears the SAME thang is gonna happen in those places, if not already. I don't hear no one telling them to go back to their country like they are doing here with the Hispanic population. Fairness would be to tell the Irish, Scots, Germans to go back to their countries since ya know they can't stand being around "blacks." It's...
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Re: Portuguese head to former African colony to escape euro crisis

Norland ·
This world has some fancy names for people who have had most of the African fornicated out of them through interracial "get downs-get ups". I really can't keep up. I've come to the conclusion that there at least 150 human "races" of peeps.
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Portuguese head to former African colony to escape euro crisis

sunnubian ·
Portuguese head to former African colony to escape euro crisis (Carlos Litulo/ FOR THE WASHINGTON POST ) - Marcio Charata greets people in the fish market in Maputo, Mozambique. He came to Mozambique to be a financial director of one of the leading media groups in Mozambique (SOICO) after the closure of his former company in due to the world economic crisis in Portugal about one year ago. CAPTION FULLSCREEN By Sudarsan Raghavan , <abbr class="updated"...
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