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Maputo — Tens of thousands of people are feared to have been displaced after a deadly attack by Islamic State-linked insurgents on a gas hub town in northern Mozambique, aid agencies said, as rescuers searched for survivors on Tuesday.

Many of those fleeing were believed to have scattered into dense forest or attempted to escape by boat when Palma came under attack on Wednesday, aid workers told Reuters. Some waded out to sea to hide, one survivor said...

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