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Mozambique Breaks Political Impasse

When Mozambique held peaceful elections in October, observers and analysts hailed the vote and the peaceful transition of power from one leader to another as a turning point in the Southern African nation, which is perhaps best known for a bloody 15-year civil war that ended in 1992. But since that vote, things have been complicated as politicians have squabbled publicly and tension has risen between the ruling Frelimo and opposition Renamo parties, and also within Frelimo. The party has...

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