Mozambican police are holding three Ugandans suspected of being members of a terrorist group executing attacks in Cabo Delgabo. The province is expected to become the centre of a natural gas industry after several promising discoveries.
Police Arrest Three Ugandans on Suspicion of Terrorism Offences
AIM, 27 January 2019
The Mozambican police on Friday presented to the press in the northern city of Nampula three Ugandan citizens, two men and one woman, suspected of being senior figures in the… Read more »
Tracing the History of a Mysterious and Deadly Insurgency
The Conversation Africa, 18 February 2019
Mozambique's northern Cabo Delgado province has been held hostage by insurgents for nearly 17 months. Armed attacks, decapitations and the destruction of property have become… Read more »
Nyusi Calls for Elimination of Terrorist Attacks
Mozambican President Filipe Nyusi on Friday ordered the defence and security forces to eliminate as quickly as possible the armed attacks by terrorist groups in parts of the… Read more »
At least four people have been beheaded while five were seriously injured in an attack on the village of Manila. An emerging pattern suggests the potential beginnings of an ... Read more »
It began in October 2017, when armed militants attacked a series of police stations. Since then, sporadic attacks on villages and government buildings have killed dozens of people, ... Read more »
Though the violence in Cabo Delgado, which has killed at least 90 people, first began getting serious attention more than a year ago, details about what's driving it remain ... 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 »
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