Mozambique Election Period Clouded by Violence - Amnesty

With just under a month to go before Mozambique's general election, Amnesty International reports that campaigning has been clouded by violence against civil society activists, journalists and human rights advocates. Meanwhile, brutal attacks in the Cabo Delgado Province by a local extremist group locally known as 'Al-Shabab' has claimed at least 200 lives and forced thousands of others to flee their homes since October 2017.

  • Mozambique:   Nyusi Promises to End War in Cabo Delgado

    Mozambique News Reports And Clippings, 18 September 2019

    President and Frelimo presidential candidate Filipe Nyusi, has been campaigning since Saturday in his homeland, Cabo Delgado. In rallies in seven districts he promised to end… Read more »


  • Mozambique:   Political Parties Accused of Violating Human Rights

    AIM, 18 September 2019

    A prominent Mozambican NGO, the Centre for Democracy and Development (CDD), on Tuesday accused the country's political parties of being the main violators of human rights during… Read more »

  • Mozambique:   Gunmen Attack in Manica

    Mozambique News Reports And Clippings, 18 September 2019

    Gunmen attacked two cars before dawn today along the main N6 road from Beira to Chimoio. The attack was in the village of Zimpinga, Gondola district, Manica, a Renamo zone of… Read more »

  • Mozambique:   Two Drown Fleeing Insurgents

    Mozambique News Reports And Clippings, 18 September 2019

    Thousands of people are besieged in the coastal villages of Macomia district, Cabo Delgado, unable to reach Macomia town, 60 km inland. To seek refuge in a safer area, people are… Read more »


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