Mozambique Shaken After String of Mysterious Murders, Crime Spree

Until a year ago, Mozambique's most northern province was known for its idyllic beaches and palm trees. But since October last year, unsettling news has emerged out of the region. An unknown group, armed with automatic weapons and machetes, have carried out attacks on police stations, burnt cars and houses, and killed people, Johannes Beck writes for Deutsche Welle.



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