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Cameroon “Fresh clashes between Cameroon’s military and separatists have left at least 16 people dead since Sunday, including women and…

Mozambique: Five More Villages Attacked in Cabo Delgado

“Terrorist groups on Tuesday attacked five communities in Quissanga district, in the northern province of Cabo Delgado, according to a…

Escalating terrorist attacks in Mozabique

On January 24 the African press reported that “A terrorist group killed one person and injured another in an attack…

Mozambique: Coordinated Attacks as War Moves South in Cabo Delgado

“The Quissanga attacks started last Saturday in Namaluco village which is 20 km south of Macomia town. Namaluco had been…

Is Islamic State Taking Charge of Mozambique’s Jihadist Insurgency?

“The Christmas season offered no respite from terror for the already suffering people of Mozambique’s northernmost Cabo Delgado province. The…

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Today our readers come from Canada, USA, Ireland, United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy, Kazakhstan, Pakistan, India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Indonesia,…

Augusta Maíta dá prazo de 30 dias para que famílias em Mocuba se retirem das zonas de risco

“A Directora-Geral do Instituto Nacional de Gestão de Calamidades, INGC, dá prazo de 30 dias para que as famílias fixadas…

Mario Macilau and his Mozambique in photos

Fascinating photographs by Mozambican photographer Mario Macilau document the lives of the most vulnerable people in the country. “I consider…

Mozambique: Debt Scandal – Former President’s Son Arrested

“The son of Mozambique’s former president Armando Guebuza has been arrested in a legal crackdown on suspects linked to a…

Mozambique: UK Takes Steps to Boost Trade With Mozambique

“The British government is to appoint three honorary consuls based in the Mozambican cities of Beira, Tete, and Pemba to…

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