Browsing: Mozambique’s Northern Insurgency

Mozambique's Northern Insurgency The three arrested Ugandans presented to the media in Nampula on 25 January 2019. Screengrab: TVM
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A Ugandan man named on Friday by Mozambican police as a leader of the Cabo Delgado insurgency has been in police custody for roughly a year and was the leader of a Kampala mosque with links to extremists networks, Zitamar News has [...]

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Business Map showing directions from Pemba in the south to Palma in the north, via Mocimboa da Praia. Image: Google Maps
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ExxonMobil is is looking for a private security company to work with Mozambique’s state security forces to protect its staff and projects in Cabo Delgado, where an insurgency shows no sign of easing more than a year after the first attacks.

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Extractives Wentworth Resources' offices in Maputo. Photo © / Zitamar News
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UK-based oil and gas independent Wentworth Resources is stopping appraisal work at a well on its onshore block in Cabo Delgado province, in light of a lowered estimate of oil and gas reserves, and of the security situation in the area.

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Mozambique's Northern Insurgency Screengrab of police officer Liberatus Sabas speaking to Tanzania's Azam News, September 2018
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Tanzanian police have publicly acknowledged that Tanzanian youth are joining the Islamist insurgency in Mozambique’s Cabo Delgado province and may be providing refuge to Mozambican militants just across the border. In a statement made to Tanzanian television [...]

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