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Mozambique

Mozambique's farmers battle to keep their land

Government says commercial agriculture plan will benefit smallholders, but farmers in Nakarari fear they will lose land.

Mozambique's farmers battle to keep land in Nakarari

Reporter's Notebook

'Women and girls will die': Trump's foreign aid rule on abortion

An insight into the far-reaching consequences of Donald Trump's ban on US funds going to foreign aid organisations that promote or perform abortions.

People & Power

Trump and the Ethics of Foreign Aid

What are the consequences of President Trump's decision to slash US aid to international NGOs that promote abortion?

Weather

Mozambique's sinking city: 'Are our gods angry?'

Residents despair as crops sink and houses fall in city just above sea level, as planners develop ways to solve crisis.

Beira: Mozambique's second largest city is sinking

Al Jazeera Selects

Suzete's Battle: Women's Rights in Mozambique

Activist Suzete educates girls and young women about their rights and teaches them strategies to defend themselves.

Al Jazeera Selects

Girls: Pushing Boundaries in India, Mozambique, Morocco

How a Moroccan surfer, rape survivors in India and a student activist in Mozambique are fighting for women's rights.

Weather

Tropical Storm Dineo hits Mozambique

Storm causes damage in Inhambane Province before heading off towards Limpopo river.

Tropical Storm Dineo hits Mozambique

Africa

Tropical Cyclone Dineo bears down on Madagascar

The fifth cyclone of the Southern Hemisphere cyclone season threatens flooding in Mozambique and South Africa.

Tropical Cyclone Dineo bears down on Madagascar

Mozambique

Fuel lorry explosion kills scores in Mozambique

Explosion in small village in Tete province kills at least 73 people and leaves 110 with burns, officials say.

Scores killed in Mozambique fuel tanker explosion

Counting the Cost

Focus on Africa

We take a look at the dire financial situation in Mozambique and ongoing student violence in South Africa.

Humanitarian crises

Mozambican refugees stuck between somewhere and nowhere

Refugees fleeing fighting in Mozambique struggle to come to terms with life in the camps of Malawi.

Mozambican refugees stuck between somewhere and nowhere

Mozambique

Mozambique's hidden conflict: Fear has taken hold

Two decades after the end of Mozambique's bloody civil war, security forces try to quell conflict in Gorongosa region.

Human Rights

In Mozambique, the children too poor to learn

Despite improvements in education access, many rural children are still pressed into work to supplement family income.

In Mozambique, the children too poor to learn

Malaysia Airlines

Mozambique debris 'almost certainly' from missing MH370

Australian minister says pieces washed up in southern Africa consistent with panels from missing Malaysian Airlines jet.

Debris 'almost certainly' from Malaysian Airlines MH370

Africa

Child marriage in Mozambique: Desperate to escape

A growing number of Mozambique girls are turning to child marriage in hope of escaping their poverty-stricken families

Child marriage in Mozambique: Desperate to escape