Angola's Dos Santos reshuffles government
Angolan President Jose Eduardo Dos Santos, whose party was returned to power in August, formed a new government on Friday but made few dramatic changes.
The number of government members rose to 35 in the new line-up, which saw Sebastiao Martins leave the interior ministry to head up counterespionage.
He was replaced by Angelo Tavares, according to an official list sent to the press.
Dos Santos has ruled the vast oil-rich southwestern African for 33 years, making him the continent's second longest-standing head of state.