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Pasha 128: Why Rwanda is involved in Mozambique's security

By Ozayr Patel, Digital Editor
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Islamic militias in the northern part of Mozambique, the province of Cabo Delgado, have mounted an armed insurgency against the Mozambican government since 2017. The conflict appears to tap into anger about the region’s chronic poverty, unemployment and weak public services under the Frelimo-led government in Maputo.

Read more: How big is the Islamist threat in Mozambique? And why are Rwandan troops there?

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