HRW: Mozambique unrest displaces more than 1,000 people

The army has been criticised for brutal response to attacks by fighters in country's northeast.

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    Human Rights Watch (HRW) says more than 1,000 people in northeast Mozambique have been left homeless by armed attacks in recent months.

    The army launched a response to these attacks, but HRW has criticised the heavy-handed approach.

    Local people say they are equally afraid of the gangs behind the attacks and the army response.

     

    Al Jazeera's Nadim Baba reports.


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