UN concerned over escalating violence in northern Mozambique, where more than 50 people were beheaded in recent days.
Mozambique’s military is struggling to hold back ISIL-linked groups in the northern Cabo Delgado region.
Violence has intensified in recent months, displacing at least 400,000 people.
The government has asked for help from neighbours South Africa and Tanzania, as well as the European Union.
So what is driving the conflict and could it spell trouble for the whole region?
Presenter: Imran Khan
Fernando Lima – journalist specialising in Mozambique
Angele Dikongue-Atangana – deputy director for southern Africa, United Nations refugee agency (UNHCR)
Adriano Nuvunga – director, Centre for Democracy and Development