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Five Times the CIA Robbed Africa of Its Promising Leaders

The CIA has always meddled in the affairs of other countries for the mere reason of advancing America's selfish interests. Below are five hurtful instances where the CIA deprived Africa of its promising leaders.

Five Times the CIA Robbed Africa of Its Promising Leaders
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