Rwanda’s military intervention in Cabo Delgado has brought some successes, but much remains to be done, while questions of financing remain unclarified
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
Rwandan troops are in pursuit of a group of insurgents who have carried out a string of hit-and-run attacks in Nangade since Saturday, killing at least one civilian
Three Mozambican soldiers have been killed in an attack on a military position in Nangade district
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Concerns are growing about a disconnect between facts on the ground, posturing by political leadership, and mission’s resources to fulfil its mandate
Tanzania has faced criticism that it is taking a self-centred approach to the conflict in Cabo Delgado
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The attacks were thought to be carried out by two separate groups of insurgents, one moving from Chacamba to Rovuma, and the other from Litingina to Namatil
How to feed IDPs, violence around SAMIM deployment deadlines, and Mozambican forces’ relations with civilians are vital issues to follow as the conflict evolves in the coming year