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Mozambique Opposition Wants Dialogue to Ease Tensions

Mozambique has sworn-in a new president, but the losing side boycotted the inauguration, saying last year’s presidential election was "fraudulent." Filipe Nyusi won a contentious election last October and was sworn-in Thursday in the capital city, Maputo, at a ceremony attended by thousands of people. Members of the opposition Renamo party boycotted the ceremony, and its members of parliament refused to take their seats this week to protest against last year’s vote. The...

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