Mozambicans Pay Dearly for a President's Financial Mistake
This year, Mozambique, which had a GDP of $15 billion in 2015, began to default on debt repayments. Public opinion has heaped the blame squarely on Guebuza, a two-term president with a checkered history of corruption scandals and human rights concerns, writes Guy Arnold for IRIN.
IRIN, 16 May 2017
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A Mozambican family.