Mozambique

Un Launches $282 Million Appeal For Mozambique Cyclone Relief

The top U.N. aid chief says the United Nations is appealing for $282 million to help the victims of Cyclone Idai in Mozambique. Mark Lowcock said Monday the funds will be used for health, water, sanitation, and hygiene issues as well as food...

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Aid Workers In Africa Challenged By Aftermath Of Cyclone Idai

Aid workers were confronted with chaos and pleas for help Friday in Mozambique as receding waters allowed them access to storm-stricken areas a week after Cyclone Idai swept through the southern African region. The death toll is expected to soar...

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Low-cost Resilient Houses Could Help Mozambique Survive Future Storms

As climate change worsens storms and flooding, we need to find ways to withstand them. As the city of Beira, Mozambique, reels from Cyclone Idai–90% of the city may be destroyed, and rescuers are still struggling to reach the thousands of...

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Relief Aid Reaches Malawi Flood Victims

Relief supplies are arriving for thousands of people in southern Malawi’s Cyclone Idai-affected flood areas, where at least 56 people have been killed. Many villages remain cut-off by massive rains that hit Mozambique’s coast earlier this...
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Hurricanes To Deliver A Bigger Punch To Coasts

When tropical cyclone Idai made landfall near Beira, Mozambique on March 14, a spokesperson for the UN World Meteorological Organization called it possibly the the worst weather-related disaster to hit the southern hemisphere.
Related topics: Hurricanes

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After Cyclone Adai, Survivors Struggle In Poor Conditions

On the minds of many in Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi is how to survive. Hundreds of people are dead and tens of thousands have been displaced after Cyclone Idai made landfall last week.
Related topics: Zimbabwe, Malawi

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Tropical Cylone Idai: Animal Rescues Overlooked In This Climate Disaster

Climate change affects the most vulnerable, including animalsA stray dog rests on the beaches of Vilankulo, Inhambane Province, Mozambique in March 2006. Photo by E via Flickr/Creative Commons. Between March 4-16, 2019, tropical Cyclone Idai swept...
Related topics: World Photos, Flickr, Creative Commons

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Headlines For March 19, 2019

New Zealand Mourns Victims of Mosque Terror Attack, Calls for Support of MuslimsLawmakers to Hold Hearing on Rise of White NationalismHuffPost: 7 Active U.S. Military Are Members of Far-Right "Identity Evropa"Mozambique: Cyclone Idai Death...
Related topics: New Zealand, Military

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Aid Agencies Race To Help Survivors Of Cyclone Idai

United Nations and international aid agencies are rushing food, medicine and other emergency relief supplies to hundreds of survivors of Tropical Cyclone Idai, which struck Mozambique, Malawi and Zimbabwe. Aid agencies say the full horror and...
Related topics: Malawi, Zimbabwe

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Cyclone Leaves Trail Of Devastation In Zimbabwe And Throughout Southern Africa

Death toll rises as recovery and relief are underwayCyclone Idai devastates Zimbabwe, Malawi, Mozambique and South Africa with massive flooding, rocks, and mudslides. Image of flooding in Mozambique, shared widely on social media. Tropical Cyclone...
Related topics: Zimbabwe, South Africa, Malawi, Social Media

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Mozambique Wants To Cancel Guarantees On security Firm's Debt

Mozambique is seeking the cancellation of government guarantees on debts run up by state-run security firm Proindicus that helped spark a debt crisis in the country, its prime minister was quoted as saying Wednesday.  Mozambique has a case...
Related topics: United Kingdom, London

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At Least 15 People Died Due To Flooding In Mozambique's North Provinces - Un

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - At least 15 people have died in Mozambique's northern provinces due to heavy flooding in the area, the UN Resident Coordinator for Mozambique international organisation reported on Wednesday.
Related topics: Russia, Moscow

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What Do We Know About Mozambique's Next General Elections?

A billboard shows Mozambique's president Filipe Nyusi. Photo by Dércio Tsandzana, used with permission. In October 2019, Mozambique will elect its next president and its Congress for the sixth time since 1994 — and will elect provincial...
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Fake Lion Poop And Predator Sounds Re-instill Fear In African Antelope

In the savannah woodlands of Mozambique’s Gorongosa National Park stalks an animal that resembles a cross between a goat and a deer. The antelopes known as bushbuck sport the white speckles, russet coats, and large eyes and ears of deer, but stand...

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Ecologists Find A 'landscape Of Fearlessness' In A War-torn Savannah

Using a series of well-designed experiments in Mozambique's Gorongosa National Park, a research team confirmed each step in a trophic cascade between the elimination of predators (including leopards, African wild dogs, and hyenas) and growth of...

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The Story Of How A Local Mozambique Islamic Group Become Africa’s Latest Terror Threat

Mozambique’s northern Cabo Delgado province has been held hostage by insurgents for nearly 17 months. Armed attacks, decapitations and the destruction of property have become common. Many are worried that the violence may escalate and destabilize...

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Us May Be Denied Extradition Request For Mozambican Suspect

South Africa plans to hand over Mozambique's former finance minister, Manuel Chang, to his own government and not to the United States, which seeks Chang's extradition for alleged financial crimes, according to a South African official. Chang, 63,...
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Mozambicans Demand Justice On Government Debt Scandal

Judgment of the former Minister of Finance of Mozambique in South Africa | used with permission from the Public Integrity Center In December 2018, a new chapter of Mozambique's ‘hidden debt’ scandal unfolded when former Finance...
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#freeamade: Journalist Arrested And Tortured After Reporting On Violence In Northern Mozambique

Survivors who lost relatives and houses rest outside following the June 5 attack in the village of Naunde in Cabo Delgado, Mozambique. Photo by Borges Nhamire, used with permission. Mozambican journalist Amade Abubacar was arrested on January 5,...
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Mozambique’s Guarantees On The Tuna Bonds: Can They Be Repudiated?

Mark Weidemaier & Mitu Gulati There have recently been headline articles in the press about three loans made to state-owned security companies in Mozambique (see here, here and here) and guaranteed by the government. The reason for the attention...

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