Africa

    Mozambique Refugees Fleeing to Malawii
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    Lameck Masina
    January 11, 2016 5:33 PM
    Malawi continues receiving hundreds of refugees from Mozambique six months after RENAMO fighters carried out two attacks in Tete province. The fighting in July forced more than 700 people into Malawi and refugees say they continue to flee atrocities and killings by militias. Lameck Masina reports for VOA from a refugee camp in Malawi's Mwanza district, home to more than 2,500 refugees who fled atrocities in Tete province.

    Mozambique Refugees Fleeing to Malawi

    Lameck Masina

    Published January 11, 2016

    Malawi continues receiving hundreds of refugees from Mozambique six months after RENAMO fighters carried out two attacks in Tete province. The fighting in July forced more than 700 people into Malawi and refugees say they continue to flee atrocities and killings by militias. Lameck Masina reports for VOA from a refugee camp in Malawi's Mwanza district, home to more than 2,500 refugees who fled atrocities in Tete province.


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