26-Sep-2022 to 09:59

Mozambique: Nyusi elected for another term as Frelimo leader

APA-Matola (Mozambique) — President Filipe Nyusi was on Sunday evening re-elected head of Mozambique’s governing Frelimo party for another five-year term.

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22-Sep-2022 to 08:57

Mozambique, Tanzania sign security pact – Reports

APA-Maputo (Mozambique) — Mozambique and Tanzania have signed a defence and security deal to cooperate in the fight against terrorism and crime along their common border, APA learnt on Thursday.

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20-Sep-2022 to 07:17

IMF agrees $63.8m economic recovery package with Mozambique

APA-Maputo (Mozambique) — The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has agreed a US$63.8 million package with Mozambique that will support the southeast African country’s government strengthen its economic and financial policies, the Fund announced on Tuesday.

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16-Sep-2022 to 07:08

SADC force in Mozambique to have civilian, police components

APA-Pemba (Mozambique) — The Southern African Development Community (SADC)’s intervention force in Mozambique is transitioning from a purely military force to a multi-dimensional mission combining military, civilian, police and correctional services, the regional bloc said late Thursday.

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08-Sep-2022 to 15:12

Mozambique: Jihadists on a killing spree

APA-Maputo (Mozambique) — Mozambican President Fillip Nyusi has accused retreating jihadist fighters in Cabo Delgado province of carrying out pogroms involving innocent civilians including a Christian missionary.

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16-Aug-2022 to 08:43

CPJ calls for probe into police attack on Mozambique journalists

APA-Maputo (Mozambique) — Global media watchdog Committee to Protect Journalists has called on Mozambican authorities to investigate and hold to account police officers who assaulted two broadcast reporters earlier this month.

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15-Jun-2022 to 08:25

Mozambique: Four killed, 10,000 flee jihadist violence

APA-Maputo (Mozambique) — At least four people have been beheaded and about 10,000 Mozambicans have fled their homes in the past week as a new wave of jihadist-related violence sweeps across the country’s troubled Cabo Delgado province, Save the Children charity said Wednesday.

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