Mozambique: Nearly a Hundred Dead in Fishing Boat Turned Ferry Tragedy

A fishing vessel capsized on Sunday, April 7th, as it sailed toward

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Mozambique: Life Resumes in Palma Over Two Years After Ansar Al-Sunna Jihadist Insurrection

The city of Palma in the Cabo Delgado province is gradually coming

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Two Fatalities in Post-Municipal Election Violence Following Ruling Party’s Victory

The Mozambique Liberation Front (Frelimo), the ruling party, emerged victorious in 64

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Mozambique: Landslide Victory for the Ruling Party in Municipal Elections

Frelimo, the ruling party since independence, has emerged victorious in the municipal

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Mozambique: Confusion Surrounds Municipal Election Results

Over ten days after the municipal elections held on October 11, 2023,

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Mozambique Resolves ‘Tuna Bonds’ Macroeconomic Loss Claim

Mozambique recently adjusted its legal claim against the Emirati-Lebanese shipbuilding company, Privinvest,

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President Nyusi of Mozambique Seeks Immunity in London’s ‘Tuna Bond’ Case

Mozambican President Filipe Nyusi took action by requesting the intervention of London's

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Former Mozambique Finance Minister Extradited to the US to Face Fraud and Corruption Charges

After an extended period of nearly five years, Manuel Chang, the former

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Mozambique: Locals are Back in Cabo Delgado

The conflict in Cabo Delgado, in northern Mozambique, has been going on

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Egyptian President Sisi’s African Tour for Cooperation

Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi has embarked on an African diplomatic tour,

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