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Horrifying attacks in northern Mozambique leave 50 dead

By France24
12 November 2020   |   8:40 am
In tonight's edition: A series of gruesome attacks on several villages in northern Mozambique have left at least 50 people dead. Authorities say the culprits are linked to the Islamic State group. Also, fighting rages on in the Tigray region of Ethiopia.

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