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Renamo says it laments Mozambique economic disruption, seeks talks

MAPUTO (Reuters) - Mozambique opposition party Renamo, suspected of killing two civilians last week in a nascent guerrilla campaign, said on Friday it regretted disruption of the economy and called for more dialogue with the government. Full story

Rio suspends Mozambique coal exports over security fears

MAPUTO (Reuters) - Mining company Rio Tinto <RIO.L><RIO.AX> has suspended coal shipments from northwest Mozambique after the opposition Renamo party, a former guerrilla group, threatened to disrupt the Sena railway "coal corridor" to the Indian Ocean. Full story

Two dead in suspected Renamo attacks in Mozambique

MAPUTO (Reuters) - Two people were killed on Friday in an attack by suspected opposition Renamo gunmen on a truck in central Mozambique, the government said. Full story

Insurgency threat may dim Mozambique's shine for investors

MAPUTO/JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - An economic take-off in Mozambique driven by bumper coal and gas discoveries two decades after the end of a civil war is facing disruption from disgruntled former guerrillas who feel they have not benefited from the post-conflict dividend. Full story

Mozambique's Renamo threatens to paralyze vital coal railway

MAPUTO (Reuters) - The Renamo opposition party, a former guerrilla organization, threatened on Wednesday to paralyze the only railway line out of Mozambique's vast coalfields in an effort to hurt the government. Full story

Seven soldiers killed in Mozambique weapons store assault

MAPUTO (Reuters) - Seven soldiers were shot dead when gunmen raided a weapons depot in Mozambique, local newspapers and a security source said on Tuesday, the latest ambush and attack on security forces to rekindle memories of the 1975-1992 civil war. Full story

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