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President Guebuza insists on no war for Mozambique

Amid the worst political violence the country has seen since its 16-year civil war, Mozambique's president says a war is unlikely to break out.

Mozambique says Renamo ambush kills one

The latest attack -- which killed one and injured 10 -- has raised concerns that Mozambique could slip back into conflict.

Mozambique: Prominent Renamo member killed in raid

Following a raid on a military base by government troops, Mozambique's former rebel movement Renamo says its leader's right-hand man has been killed.

UN pushes for peace talks in Mozambique

Following ex-rebels declaring the end to a peace deal, the UN has called on Mozambique's government and former rebels Renamo to stop the violence.

Renamo, Mozambique leadership don’t want war

Renamo says rogue members may be behind Tuesday's attack on a police station and wants to avoid a return to war, as does President Armando Guebuza.

Mozambique’s Renamo: A short history

Rebel group turned opposition party Renamo has pulled out of Mozambique's peace deal after four decades on the losing side. Here's how they got there.

Moz sticks to voting plans despite threats of boycott

Mozambique's government has said it plans to stick to a schedule for elections later this year and in 2014.

Moz army attacks former Renamo rebel camp

Mozambique's armed forces have attacked a camp of former rebels in the country's centre where "bandits" terrorised civilians on the road last month.

Five soldiers killed in Mozambique weapons store raid

Five soldiers have been shot dead after gunmen raided a weapons store in Mozambique, local newspapers have reported.

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