From beheadings, hacking people to death, to burning vehicles and homes, Mozambique has been shaken by brutal attacks that police have linked to an Islamic extremist group in the northern part of the country. The U.S. embassy in Mozambique has issued a security alert, warning all U.S. citizens to avoid visiting the Palma district in Cabo Delgado province, and urging those already there to "consider departing the area immediately."
Experts Alarmed at Rise of Jihadi Terrorism
VOA, 12 June 2018
On Friday, the U.S. embassy in Mozambique issued a security alert, warning all U.S. citizens to avoid visiting the Palma district in Cabo Delgado province, and urging those already… Read more »
Four Dead in Attack in Nangade
AIM, 12 June 2018
Unknown assailants, believed to be Islamic fundamentalists, murdered four people on Monday morning in Nangade district, in the northern Mozambican province of Cabo Delgado, reports… Read more »
During his 72-hour visit to the Northern Province of Zaire, Angolan Armed Forces Army General, António Egídio de Sousa Santos, said he was satisfied with the level of ... Read more »
Cabo Delgado, a province expected to become the centre of a natural gas industry after several promising discoveries, has been rocked by a spate of attacks on security forces and ... Read more »
An unknown group of men thought to be Islamic fundamentalists, attacked the village of Monjane in the northern Mozambican province of Cabo Delgado. The village community leader. ... Read more »
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