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Mozambicans in Maputo share their thoughts on election day

By AFP
19 October 2019   |   11:32 am
Residents of Maputo share their hopes as Mozambique votes in an election that could force the ruling party to cede some of its power in this nation weakened by an economic crisis and armed conflict.

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