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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.”

Jihadists fly their flag in Mozambique—a ‘disgrace,’ bishop says

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“It is a tragedy. What is happening in Mozambique is a disgrace. It is a real shame that our people should be humiliated in this way.”

Mozambique bishop decries ‘tragedy’ of persistent Islamist attacks

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There are no official statistics, but the bishop is certain that at least 500 have been killed since late October 2017, when the attacks on villages, administrative centers and army personnel began. The attackers have left decapitated bodies behind to sow terror.

Crux: ACN Director of Outreach Edward Clancy on Mozambique’s need for healing

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YAOUNDÉ, Cameroon – Mozambique is still recovering from the effects of two cyclones that hit the country earlier this year, leaving hundreds of people dead. …

In Mozambique, priest reports on ‘victims crying for help as they were carried away by floods’

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“Beira is no longer a city. It has been destroyed almost entirely. From an airplane, the city presents itself as a large lake, from which emerge buildings without ceilings. You don’t see streets, houses, fields. A lot of people have lost their lives.”

Mozambique bishop calls for calm after burst of jihadist terror

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“So far nobody can confirm with any certainty whom we are dealing with. There were no common factors among the victims of the attacks, who were from different villages and of different religions. It doesn’t appear to be a persecution of Christians specificallyo far nobody can confirm with any certainty whom we are dealing with,” he continued, adding that “there were no common factors among the victims of the attacks, who were from different villages and of different religions. It doesn’t appear to be a persecution of Christians specifically.”

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Devastation in beirut

“Beirut is a devastated city. It’s a war scene – there is destruction and desolation in all its streets, its districts and its houses.”
Maronite Patriarch Cardinal Bechara Boutros Rai.

The destruction caused by the 2,750 tons of ammonium nitrate which exploded inside a warehouse was immediate, its impact intensely felt by the Christian quarter.
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