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n Africa Conflict Monthly Monitor - People making an impact

Volume 2013, Issue 08
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Abstract

Since the end of the civil war in 1992, Mozambique has enjoyed political stability, economic growth and substantial infrastructure development. The past few months have, however, seen the emergence of fresh conflict between the county's two leading political parties, the ruling Front for Liberation of Mozambique (FRELIMO) and the Mozambique Resistance Movement (RENAMO). The violence began in June 2013 when an administrative outpost in the central province of Sofala was attacked and raided by unknown assailants. Seven soldiers were killed in the attack and large quantities of arms and ammunition were stolen.

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