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Africa Cup of Nations 2012
'We have to work - not just cry'
Andy Richardson reports on a Zambia team who are playing to honour the victims of a crash that killed their 1993 squad.
Last Modified: 24 Jan 2012 13:33


Al Jazeera's Andy Richardson reports from Bata, Equatorial Guinea, on a Zambia side fresh from pulling off a surprise opening victory against Senegal - and who are aiming to honour the memory of perhaps their greatest-ever team, who all died in a plane crash in 1993.

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