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A bus drives along a street in Macomia, Cabo Delgado province, Mozambique, June 11, 2018. Cabo Delgado, expected to become the center of a natural gas industry after several promising discoveries, has seen a string of assaults on security forces and civilians since October.

Tanzania arrests 104 for plotting ‘radical camps’ in Mozambique

Tanzanian police have arrested 104 suspected militants planning to establish bases in neighboring Mozambique, where scores of people have been killed in Islamist attacks over the last year, a senior official said.

Tanzania to arrest entire village over broken water pipe

Tanzanian police said on Thursday it planned to arrest all the residents of a village in the country's south after water pipes were destroyed by a mob.

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