Protesters hold a banner with the words 'Mozambique cries' during a peaceful demonstration to protest against kidnappings and the spectrum of war that threatens Mozambique, in Maputo, Mozambique, 31 October 2013. (EPA/ANTONIO SILVA)
 
After more than two decades of peace in Mozambique, a former rebel group has declared an end to the 1992 treaty that stopped the country's 16-year civil war. Renewed conflict between the opposition Renamo and ruling Frelimo parties comes at a time of economic growth for Mozambique, a nation set to become one of Africa’s largest energy producers. What is being done to ease tensions? Join the conversation at 1930GMT. 
 
In this episode of The Stream, we speak with:

Eduardo Namburete 
Renamo’s secretary of international affairs 
 
Erik Charas @echaras 
Journalist and activist 
 
Haru Mutasa @harumutasa
Al Jazeera English correspondent 
 
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