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Insurgent attacks reportedly returned to the district of Quissanga this week
Cabo Ligado’s latest monthly report takes a look at the inducements and challenges shaping decisions by displaced civilians about when to return to their homes
Two buses carrying soldiers to the north of the province were attacked and homes in the villages of Lindi, Tapara and Songueia were set on fire
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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
Refugees from currently in accommodation camps in Metuge district are afraid to return home to Quissanga, despite Mozambique’s chief of police saying the area is safe
A fresh attack on the town of Bilibiza has confounded hopes that life there was getting back to normal
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The government’s tendency to deploy police and military in almost every part of Cabo Delgado province, including in district administration positions, will prolong, not solve, the problem of extremist attacks, analysts warn