No End in Sight for Mozambique's Deadly Northern Insurgency
The ongoing attacks in Cabo Delgado, the northernmost province of Mozambique, has left behind a trail of destruction, forcing scores of people from their homes, destroying villages and health centres, and making it difficult for families to recover from Cyclone Kenneth, which hit the area in April 2019 with ruinous effect. The death toll of this insurgency, including security personnel, insurgents and civilians, stands at over 600, authorities say.
The Mozambique Constitutional Counsel validated the results of the October 15 elections, which saw ruling Frelimo's President Filipe Nyusi win a second five-year term and which led ... Read more »
This year, more than 600 people were reportedly killed by a terrorist organisation with possible links to the Islamic State, ISIS, in Cabo Delgado, the northern province of ... Read more »
The clashes have reportedly left twelve insurgents, a member of the defence force and five civilians dead. The violence in Cabo Delgado is forcing scores of people from their ... Read more »
An estimated 2.5 million Mozambicans are already in need of humanitarian assistance, while more than 1.6 million citizens are severely food insecure. Added to these challenges are ... Read more »