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Mozambique's Northern Insurgency An image of the aftermath of the 21 February attack near Palma.
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On 21 February, insurgents in Cabo Delgado shot at a convoy belonging to Anadarko, the American company set to take the lead in exploiting the natural gas deposits in Mozambique’s Rovuma Basin. The shooting injured six, and an Anadarko subcontractor who left his car when he came upon the [...]

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Mozambique's Northern Insurgency A house burned by insurgents in the village of Namaneco, Cabo Delgado, in August 2018.
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A driver for Portuguese construction company Gabriel Couto was beheaded in one of two attacks on contractors working for Anadarko in Cabo Delgado on Thursday. Anadarko confirmed on Friday afternoon that there was one fatality in the two attacks, which took place at around 17:00 around 20 km [...]

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Extractives Approximate location of the attack at Mute, some 25km south of Palma. Image: Google
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An Anadarko convoy was attacked on the road from Mocimboa da Praia to Afungi in Cabo Delgado at approximately 17:00 on Thursday, the company has confirmed, saying work is now underway “to account for all personnel”. The attack happened at the village of Mute, around 25 km south of Palma, the [...]

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Welcome to Zitamar’s daily Mozambique briefing for 24 October, 2018. Agenda
  • Today: Election authority the Comissao Nacional de Eleicoes (CNE) to announce official results for the country’s 53 municipalities, at a press conference in Maputo this [...]

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