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Evangelical missionary health workers carried insecticide-treated mosquito nets distributed in Lubango. The Angolan government says its main focus is fighting malaria.

A US boost to Graham's quest for converts

By Peter S. Canellos and Kevin Baron
Globe Staff and Globe Correspondent / October 8, 2006

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LUBANGO, Angola -- In this dusty city in the mountains, people remember the sparkling new paint job on their soccer stadium and the American preacher who turned it into a grand stage, bringing a 1,400-voice choir and even the provincial governor for a three-day festival before 47,000 people. (Full article: 1130 words)

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