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UN urges Mozambique to investigate reported massacres, beheadings

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The United Nations called on Mozambique to investigate reports that militants had massacred villagers and beheaded women and children in a restive northern region. As...

Over 40 feared dead after boat carrying Mozambique conflict victims sinks

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More than 40 people were feared to have drowned in Mozambique’s conflict-torn north after their boat sank, the administrator of an island district said...

Virus fears as Mozambique conflict fuels overcrowding, hunger

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Three months ago, Sofia Bombina and her family of 11 had to flee their home on the Mozambique coast after their town was attacked...

EU assistance for Mozambique

The European Union granted Mozambique’s request for assistance in tackling attacks in the country’s north by rebels with links to Islamic State, the EU...

ISS: What peace in Cabo Delgado means for Mozambique and its...

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In its assessment of the liquid natural gas (LNG) projects in northern Mozambique, the African Development Bank (ADB) says the investment could fuel industrial...

Feature: Mozambique insurgency a result of years of marginalisation and discontent

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The violent revolt against the Mozambican government in the northern Cabo Delgado province has been brought on by local social, economic and political inequalities,...

Mozambique insurgency remains rooted in local discontent, for now

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In October 2017, insurgents in northern Mozambique’s Cabo Delgado province began a violent revolt against their government that continues today. The insurgency has left...

Military not strong enough to intervene in Mozambique – experts

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The South African National Defence Force (SANDF) is not strong enough to intervene in the insurgency in neighbouring Mozambique should it be required to,...

Conflict, climate and COVID-19 contribute to Cabo Delgado crisis

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Mozambique’s Cado Delgado province has seen an alarming rise in insurgent attacks in the first half of 2020. Violence associated with various Islamist groups...

Watching brief for SA on northern Mozambique at present

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The northernmost province of South Africa’s eastern neighbour Mozambique finds itself in an untenable situation with Islamist violence ongoing while preparatory work for exploiting...

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Question for Public Works and Infrastructure Minister uses defenceWeb information

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Public Works and Infrastructure Minister Patricia de Lille’s R37 million Beit Bridge fence upgrade as part of government efforts to prevent the spread of...
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