UN warns nearly a million face hunger in Mozambique after terror attack
World Food Programme says surge of displaced people from northern Mozambique has worsened food shortages
Geneva — Almost 1-million people face severe hunger in northern Mozambique, where hundreds of thousands have fled Islamist militant attacks, the UN food agency said on Tuesday.
Islamic State-linked insurgents in March attacked Palma, a town in Cabo Delgado province next to gas projects under development by companies including Total and Exxon...
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