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The SA private military contractor providing aerial support to Mozambican ground forces battling Islamic State-linked insurgents near a $20bn natural gas project is set to leave the country in a week.

Dyck Advisory Group’s (DAG) one-year agreement is coming to an end and has not been extended, with the last gunship helicopter flights on April 2, Lionel Dyck, the company’s founder, said by phone. That could leave state troops exposed as they continue a house-to-house mission to find insurgents remaining in Palma, the closest town to the Total site where fighting that began a week ago is continuing, he said...

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