The insurgency’s offensive in the south of Cabo Delgado in June 2022 has led to a new wave of displacements in northern Mozambique, exacerbating the difficult mission of providing humanitarian assistance and undermining hopes of a return home
Insurgents beheaded two men working in the fields on Wednesday outside the village of Muaja, in the district of Ancuabe, less than 10km from the border with Montepuez
As many as 61 mining projects could be forced to stop by the insurgency's expansion to southern Cabo Delgado, putting state revenue forecasts at risk
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AMG Graphit Kropfmuhl (GK) has suspended its graphite mining operation in Ancuabe, Cabo Delgado, claiming force majeure in the light of recent attacks in the area
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At least five people have been killed in a series of attacks In Ancuabe district on 18 and 19 June, which saw suspected insurgents burn villages and attack a vehicle transporting soldiers
The bodies of two staff on Triton Minerals’ graphite mine project in Cabo Delgado, murdered last week by insurgents, have been recovered. Syrah Resources says it is using the main road again
Insurgents in northern Mozambique killed at least five people in attacks launched near the Nangade district headquarters yesterday, while President Filipe Nyusi was visiting the district