Death Toll Surges as Insurgency Worsens in Northern Mozambique

A year after the deadly tropical cyclones Idai and Kenneth - the worst natural disasters to hit southern Africa in at least 20 years - Mozambique seeks to recover but faces a new threat from insurgents. The ongoing insurgency, largely in the northern areas of Cabo Delgado province, has left at least 910 people dead and displacing over 100,000 others, resulting in a growing internal refugee crisis in the country.

  • Mozambique:  910 Dead in Cabo Delgado Insurgency

    Mozambique News Reports And Clippings, 17 March 2020

    The death toll in the Cabo Delgado war has reached has reached 910, according to the Armed Conflict Location & Event Data Project (ACLED). And the toll is rising. from 188 in… Read more »

Mozambique's Cabo Delgado province.

  • Mozambique:  Attacks Resume Near Gorongosa

    Mozambique News Reports And Clippings, 17 March 2020

    Renamo dissidents have resumed attacks on the main north-south N1 road, with three attacks in five days in the section between Inchope (the junction with the N6 Beira-Chimoio road)… Read more »

  • Mozambique:  War Intensifying Near Mocimboa da Praia and Bilibiza

    Mozambique News Reports And Clippings, 17 March 2020

    It appears that insurgents are trying to maintain control over the corridor and road through Bilibiza, Cabo Delgado, which was attacked and heavily damaged 29-30 January.. On 9… Read more »


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