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SADC upset by Rwanda’s military aid to appease Mozambique’s Cabo Delgado province

Rwanda deployed a joint force of army and police to Mozambique's troubled northern province of Cabo Delgado to help fight Islamic State-linked militants. Not everyone is happy about Kigali's move.

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