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CLACanadian Library Association
CLAConjugated Linoleic Acid
CLACollege of Liberal Arts
CLACopyright Licensing Agency (London, England)
CLAClaremont (Amtrak station code; Clarmont, NH)
CLACalifornia Library Association
CLACigarette Lighter Adapter
CLAContributor License Agreement (intellectual property)
CLACambodian Living Arts
CLACountry Land and Business Association
CLAChildren Looked After (UK)
CLAConcept Lattices and their Applications
CLACentral Lechera Asturiana (Spanish dairy company)
CLAClinical Laboratory Assistant (various organizations)
CLACollegiate Learning Assessment
CLACriminal Law Amendment (various locations)
CLACertified Legal Assistant
CLACutaneous Lymphocyte-Associated Antigen
CLACausal Layered Analysis (futures research method)
CLACenter for Latino Arts
CLACustomer License Administrator
CLACarry Look Ahead Adder
CLAClass File
CLACentre de Linguistique Appliquée (French: Center for Applied Linguistics)
CLACommunist League of America
CLACollective Labor Agreement (various companies)
CLACivil Liberties Australia
CLACanada Life Assurance (various locations)
CLACreative Learning Academy (various locations)
CLACoin Laundry Association
CLACommunity Legal Advice (UK)
CLACenter for Learning Assistance (various schools)
CLACertified Labview Architect (National Instruments Corporation)
CLACommonwealth Lawyers Association (UK)
CLACoordinating Lead Author
CLACaprivi Liberation Army (separatist movement; Namibia)
CLACollege Language Association
CLACalifornia Lawyers for the Arts
CLACaseous Lymphadenitis
CLAConsumer Leasing Act
CLAChristian Legal Aid (various locations)
CLAComputer Law Association
CLAChief Legal Advisor (various organizations)
CLACerebellar Ataxia
CLACountry Landowners Association
CLACanadian Lacrosse Association
CLACanadian Lung Association
CLAChiropractic Leadership Alliance (Mahwah, NJ)
CLACanadian Lumbermen's Association
CLACommunity Living Arrangement
CLACollaborative Lesson Archive
CLAConvertible Loan Agreement (contracts)
CLAClosed-Loop Analysis
CLAControl Law Accelerator (Texas Instruments)
CLACarry Look-Ahead Adder
CLACommunity Legal Advisor (various organizations)
CLALanding Craft Air Cushion Launch Area (US DoD)
CLACenter Line Average
CLACongenital Lactic Acidosis
CLAChemiluminescent Assay
CLACalifornia Locksmiths Association (Anaheim, CA)
CLACentral Loan Assistance (India)
CLACertified Landscape Architect
CLACross-Licensing Agreement
CLACivic Leadership Academy
CLACorporate License Agreement
CLAComputer Lab Assistant
CLACoupled Loads Analysis
CLACervical Lymphadenopathy
CLAChildren's Liver Alliance
CLACommunications, Life Safety, and Automation (Equipment & wiring for telecommunications)
CLAClearance Angle
CLAClean, Lubricate, and Adjust (cameras)
CLAChemical Limited Area
CLACenter for Legal Analyses (Slovakia)
CLACurvilinear Array
CLACopyright Licensing Association
CLACOMSAT Link Accelerator
CLACertified Lead Auditor
CLAConventional Land Attack
CLACentros Logísticos Aeroportuarios
CLACreeping Line Ahead (search and rescue search pattern)
CLACulture and Language Acquisition
CLACareer Limiting Action
CLACommon LVC Architecture
CLACountergravity Low pressure Air melt
CLACore Logistics Analysis
CLAColorado Leadership Academy
CLACentral Labour Advisor
CLACommunity Liaison Assistant
CLACredit Limit Amount
CLACompulsory Leave Allowance
CLACommunication Line Adapters
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The Namibian have been residing at the Dukwi camp for almost two decades.They fled to Botswana in 1999 following a civil war which rocked the northeastern part of their country, commonly known as the Caprivi Strip, between the Caprivi Liberation Army and the government.
Many readers of New African may have wondered what has become of the little-reported region of Caprivi in the far northeast of Namibia following the attack on government installations in the main town of Katima Mulilo by members of the Caprivi Liberation Army (CLA) on 2 August 1999.