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MOZAMBIQUE: RELEASE JOURNALIST DETAINED FOR DOCUMENTING DEADLY ATTACKS IN CABO DELGADO

NEW-YORK, United-States of America, 10 January 2019,-/African Media Agency (AMA)/-Mozambican authorities must immediately and unconditionally release journalist Amade Abubacar from…

Mozambique: U.S. Refused to Cooperate With Govt On Secret Debt, Says Attorney General

“Mozambique’s Attorney General made formal requests to the United States starting 30 March 2017 and the last on 14 March…

Former Mozambique Finance Minister Claims Arrest At or Tambo Airport Was Unlawful

Manuel Chang “argued that his detention was unlawful and that his extradition, if carried out, would also be illegal.” https://allafrica.com/stories/201901080693.html…

The Banker Bros Who Bankrupted Mozambique

“In December 2018, the US Department of Justice indicted three former Credit Suisse bankers for their role in bringing Mozambique’s…

U.S. Says Chang Received U.S.$12 Million; Full Indictment Report

“The indictment against Manuel Chang and others was published on 3 January. Two other senior Mozambicans have also been charged…

Mozambique: Centre for Public Integrity Calls for a Halt to Debt Negotiations

“In the light of the American indictment against former Mozambican Finance Minister Manuel Chang, and those who allegedly conspired with…

Former Mozambican Finance Minister Wanted in US to Remain in Custody in SA

“Former Mozambican finance minister Manuel Chang will remain in custody until January 8 when he next appears in court.” https://allafrica.com/stories/201901020091.html…

Bankers arrested in UK over $2bn Mozambique fraud

“Three former Credit Suisse bankers were arrested on charges that they took part in a $2 billion fraud scheme involving…

Mozambique banks in a crisis over debt standoff

“Mozambique’s electronic banking system has been plunged into a crisis over a debt claim by the service provider, the media…

Mozambique: Electronic Banking Collapse Causing Huge Losses

“Mozambican private businesses are losing about five million meticais (82,000 US dollars) a day because of the collapse of most…

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