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Henrik Lomholt Rasmussen

Henrik Lomholt Rasmussen

    'Slave' workers demand their due
    'Slave' workers demand their due
    The only place in the world where the East German flag still flies is on the streets of Maputo.
    Mozambique kingpin feels Obama's wrath
    Mozambique kingpin feels Obama's wrath
    Mohamed Bachir Suleman is beginning to feel the consequences being on the US Treasury Department's list of drug barons, the so-called Kingpin Act.
    Donors put brakes on Mozambique aid
    Donors put brakes on Mozambique aid
    After years of treating Mozambique as a special case due to its war-torn past, donors are beginning to require accountability from the government.
    Frelimo kingpin linked to drug ring
    Frelimo kingpin linked to drug ring
    A prominent Mozambican businessman has been placed on a US list of global narcotics traffickers.
    Mozambique looks to a landmine-free future
    Mozambique looks to a landmine-free future
    Efforts to demine Mozambique have dragged on for years, but a recent cash injection means it may be free of old explosives by 2014.
    Hard times as Madagascar hangs in political limbo
    Hard times as Madagascar hangs in political limbo
    The year-long crisis has isolated the island state and left its economy in a shambles, reports Henrik Lomholt Rasmussen.
    All power to Frelimo
    All power to Frelimo
    Mozambique's ruling party has taken more than two-thirds of the seats in parliament since 1975, writes Henrik Lomholt Rasmussen.
    Frelimo on course for victory
    Frelimo on course for victory
    Support for Frelimo, Mozambique's ruling party since independence in 1975, was the issue when about 9,5-million voters went to the polls on Wednesday.
    Moz poll just sharing of the cake
    Moz poll just sharing of the cake
    Mozambique may be poised for elections, but democracy in the country is wasting away, says a political scientist at Eduardo Mondlane University.