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Mozambique: Refugee crisis clouds army gains against Islamist insurgents

Mozambican forces claim to have retaken the ransacked town of Palma from armed Islamist fighters. Despite this success, a glaring refugee crisis looms as regional bodies dither on providing military support.

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