The commercialization of natural gas reserves in Mozambique and Tanzania will remain central to public safety, national security, and political power in both countries in coming years
The conflict in Cabo Delgado has shifted traditional trade arrangements either side of the Ruvuma river. Local merchants in Cabo Delgado now buy mostly manufactured goods in Tanzania, while food is bought domestically, mostly in Pemba
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At least 12 people have been injured by missiles fired from Tanzania into Mozambique in the last week
Mozambicans fleeing attacks in northern Cabo Delgado are being housed in a refugee camp run by the Tanzanian authorities, sources say