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The Democratic Front for the Liberation of Angola (FDLA) was a political movement in colonial "Angola. FDLA was set up as a parallel structure to the People's Movement for the Liberation of Angola ("MPLA), supported by the government of "Congo-Brazzaville. FDLA later aligned itself with MPLA in the struggle against Portuguese colonial rule. Eventually the cadres of FDLA joined MPLA, and FDLA ceased its independent existence.
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