While the report denies allegations of indiscriminate attacks, it acknowledges the possibility of civilian collateral damage, especially in instances where insurgents may have used civilian cover to attack
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War crimes have been committed in Cabo Delgado by Islamist insurgents, Mozambique government forces, and Dyck Advisory Group, according to a new report published today by human rights organisation Amnesty International
The founder of Dyck Advisory Group has confirmed plans to start training Mozambican ground troops, as revealed by Zitamar last week
The duration, scope, and budget for the private military contractor’s engagement in Cabo Delgado have all been significantly expanded
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