Regional heads of state have agreed to extend the six-month-long intervention force deployment in northern Mozambique for another six months.

Southern African Development Community (Sadc) heads of state said in a communiqué after a one-day summit in Lilongwe, Malawi that they “noted the good progress made since the deployment of the Sadc mission in Mozambique and extended its mandate with associated budgetary implications”...

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