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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…

Best Carnivals in the World are in Africa

The best carnivals are in Nigeria, Angola, Guinea Bissau, Cape Verde, Mozambique, Seychelles, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Ghana The 10 Best…

Gunmen Burned Down Cabo Delgado College

“Unknown gunmen have attacked six communities and┬átorched a teacher-training college in Quissanga district, in the northern Mozambican province of Cabo…

Readers from 28 countries

Today our readers come from Algeria, Ivory Coast, Togo, Nigeria, Namibia, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Tanzania, Kenya, Qatar, Kazakhstan, Pakistan,…

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…

Peace is elusive

“With the ongoing conflicts in Cameroon, Somalia, Nigeria, the Sahel and Mozambique, peace on the continent may seem elusive” https://allafrica.com/stories/202001230738.html…

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…

Mozambique: Seven Dead in Collapse of Illegal Mine

“At least seven people died on Thursday night, when an illegal gold mine collapsed, in the Freiza area, in the…

Mozambican Police Urged to Avoid Corruption

“The commander of the Mozambican police in the central province of Manica, Francisco Simoes, on Tuesday urged all members of…

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