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Mozambique and Comoros brace for cyclone Kenneth

As the storm neared, schools were closed and inter-island hopper flight suspended

Fresh crisis in the Comoros

The arrest of a top opposition leader has plunged the Indian Ocean islands into chaos once again

Comoros votes in referendum on increasing president’s power

​Burdened by a long history of turbulence, the Indian Ocean archipelago risks renewed unrest

Comoros uncovers massive passport fraud

Two former Comoros presidents are suspected of embezzling millions of dollars from a scheme that sold passports to foreigners to finance development

​There’s a crisis in our oceans, illegal fishing dwarfs ivory and rhino horn poaching

France, SA and Mozambique will give trawlers in the Mozambique Channel a harder time, but can they control the $23bn a year industry?

Comoros: The crazy, remote art biennale that rocks

A new festival of contemporary arts is shaking up the Comoros with provocative works that confront the island nation's fraught post-colonial history.

Islamist elected president in coup-plagued Comoros

Islamist candidate Ahmed Abdalla Sambi won a landslide victory in weekend presidential elections in the coup-plagued Comoro islands, according to provisional results announced on Tuesday. The national election board said Sambi took 58,27% of the vote in Sunday's polls, which it is hoped will bring stability to the volatile Indian Ocean archipelago.

Volcanoes erupt in Comoros, Colombia

Ash blanketed the Comoros capital on Friday after the Indian Ocean archipelago's Mount Karthala erupted for the second time this year, spewing smoke and cinders over the nation's main island of Grand Comore. Meanwhile, Volcano Galeras, located near Colombia's southern Colombia border with Ecuador, began erupting on Thursday.

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