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Islamic State said on Monday its fighters had carried out an attack on the Mozambique town of Palma, where dozens were killed, thousands displaced and some remained missing.

Islamist insurgents hit the town, adjacent to gas projects worth $60bn (R912bn), with a three-pronged attack last Wednesday. A security source directly involved in efforts to secure the town said fighting was continuing on Monday...

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