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Mozambique: Nearly 2 Million Cyclone Survivors in Mozambique at Risk of Severe Food Shortages

By Lisa Schlein The World Food Program warns 1.9 million Mozambicans battered by two devastating cyclones earlier this...

Mozambique: Bill Banning Child Marriage Passes Second Reading

Maputo — A bill outlawing child marriage passed its second and final reading in the Mozambican parliament, the...

Mozambique: Airport Company Urged to Renegotiate Debts

Maputo — Mozambican Transport Minister Carlos Mesquita on Thursday urged the country's publicly owned airports company, ADM, to...

Mozambique: Three Parties Deposit Nomination Papers of Candidates

Maputo — So far only three Mozambican political parties have deposited the nomination papers for their parliamentary candidates...

Mozambique: CNE Sticks To Its Gaza Figures, Refuses To Comment On Contradiction With Official Statistics

Maputo — The spokesperson for Mozambique's National Elections Commission (CNE), Paulo Cuinica, on Friday insisted that the figures...

Mozambique Passes Law to End Child Marriage

Mozambique's national assembly took an important step toward ending the country's sky-high rate of child marriage by unanimously...

Reporter badly beaten while covering Turkish diplomat’s murder in Erbil | Reporters without borders

Al Jazeera’s Erbil bureau said in a statement that bureau chief Ahmed Alzawiti was taken to hospital after...

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Southern Africa: Is South Africa Finally Putting the Law Above Politics?

Photo: VOAPortugues Mozambique's former finance minister Manuel Chang appears in court during an extradition hearing in Johannesburg. analysis...

Media Ownership Monitor: Pakistan a high-risk country in terms of media pluralism | Reporters without borders

“This means Pakistan needs more broad-based media ownership to ensure greater diversity in news sources,” Iqbal Khattak, Executive...

Russian authorities persecute Ingush news website | Reporters without borders

Reporters Without Borders (RSF) condemns the censorship of Fortanga, a news website based in the North Caucasus republic...