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Mozambique: How many more deaths will it take before the world takes action?

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“The terrorists seem to want to cause maximum damage and sow the greatest terror in their destructive frenzy. We wonder how many more deaths there must be before the world does something to stop this violence?”

In northern Mozambique, ‘they are shooting everywhere’

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“When these attacks take place, the people flee into the mountains, and so it is difficult to communicate with them on account of the weak phone signal, plus batteries on their mobile phones have run out,”

Terror, COVID-19, cholera: northern Mozambique is bleeding from many wounds

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“The Church in Mozambique is an anchor of hope and charity in a sea of suffering and violence.”

In Mozambique, ‘an experience of the cross’

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“I realized just how much, even in poverty, we can help, we can share.”

Refugees in a camp in Pemba

Mozambique: ‘war has only losers, but those who suffer most are the poorest’

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“We cannot be indifferent to the suffering, the pain, the death of so many of our brothers and sisters.”

Displaced people in Cabo Delgado

ACN announces $120,000 emergency aid for jihadist-plagued Mozambique

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“They have burned down churches and destroyed convents, and also abducted two sisters. But almost nobody has paid any attention to this new focus of terror and jihadist violence in Africa.”

EU sounds alarm: danger of Mozambique becoming a new base for ISIS

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He added that the European Union should consider taking action by helping the government of Mozambique.

Women religious fear jihadists will take control of province in Mozambique

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“These are people who not only need to eat; they also have to have some spiritual accompaniment. Some of them have seen their parents, their brothers beheaded.”

Destruction in Mozambique

Mozambique: in wake of attack,Carmelite sister testifies to ‘barbarism’ of jihadists

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They are sowing terror among the population, burning towns and villages and attacking civilians on the roads or those travelling by public transport.

In Mozambique, insurgents wage war hidden by ‘law of silence’

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“There are many financial interests and those who are funding all this are finding fertile ground due to the poverty, the lack of opportunities and the resulting youth unemployment.”

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