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Domestic unrest in Mozambique's northern regions has increased substantially in recent weeks, according to the United Nations, which cited at least 28 attacks since the beginning of 2020, Voice of America reported Feb. 9.
ExxonMobil and Total have asked the government of Mozambique to send additional security reinforcements to the country's far north amid ongoing militant attacks, Reuters reported Feb. 1, citing industry and security sources.
Villagers in Mozambique's Cabo Delgado province attacked soldiers stationed in the area on Dec. 15 and Dec. 16, accusing them of inaction in the face of a wave of attacks by Islamist insurgents, Club of Mozambique reported Dec. 17.
Mozambique's longtime ruling party, Frelimo, voiced concern at a Dec. 11 meeting of its political commission over growing violence in the country's northern and central provinces in recent months, Club of Mozambique reported Dec. 12.
Jean Boustani, the architect of a $2 billion financial scandal in Mozambique, reportedly told a U.S. court on Nov. 20 that President Filipe Nyusi received $1 million during his 2014 campaign effort, Voice of America has reported.
Mozambique's Constitutional Council has rejected opposition group Renamo’s petition to scrap the results from the country's Oct. 15 general elections due to voting irregularities, citing "insufficient evidence," Reuters reported Nov. 14.
The Mozambique National Resistance Movement, better known as Renamo, has denied responsibility for a recent uptick in deadly attacks in the country's central provinces, Club of Mozambique reported Oct. 30.
Mozambican President Filipe Nyusi of the ruling Frelimo party has won the country's presidential election after receiving 73 percent of the vote, according to Mozambique's election commission, RFI Afrique reported Oct. 27.
Mounting evidence of foul play in the country's Oct. 15 election could be the straw that finally breaks Maputo's back by stoking security threats and alienating the country's fastest-growing electorate.
Even in legitimate democracies, populist-nationalist leaders seem to have an extraordinary ability to defy constraints. But in testing the geopolitical integrity of their states, their impact will be felt long after they're gone.
Serbia has steadfastly refused to recognize the independence of Kosovo since the former province proclaimed its sovereignty in 2008. That could change if a mutual exchange of territory occurs, but numerous challenges await.