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Rio Tinto and former bosses charged with fraud over Mozambique coal.

Rio Tinto and its former chief executive and chief financial officer are charged with fraud by US authorities for allegedly attempting to cover up multi-billion-dollar losses on an African coal investment.

- ABC News - AU

PHOTOS: Trees That Tell Stories About The World We Live In.

In Wise Trees, a book by photographers Diane Cook and Len Jenshel, you'll see a holy tree in the middle of an Indian candy shop, a communal tree in Mozambique, a tree of tragedy in Cambodia.

- NPR - US | Mozambique police detain 52 after string of attacks.

Police in Mozambique said Tuesday they had detained 52 people after a string of attacks on police stations, in which 14 attackers were gunned down and two officers killed.

- - ZA

Armed clashes kill two police officers and 12 unidentified militants in Mozambique's Delgado.

TWO police officers and 12 militants were killed during clashes that broke out when 30 unidentified militants armed with AK-series assault rifles attacked three police stations at the port of Mocimboa da Praia in Mozambique's Delgado province on 5 October, Radio Mocambique reported. Two of the

- Jane’s - US

Sixteen killed in attacks on remote Mozambique port: media.

MAPUTO - Gun battles last week between police and attackers in a remote northern Mozambican port killed 16 people, including two police officers, local media reported.

- Reuters - US

Convincing re-election of Mozambique's president as ruling party leader signals party's endorsement of peace process.

Key Points President Nyusi has increased his influence in the party, giving him more leverage in driving policy, including peace talks with the armed opposition RENAMO group. FRELIMO is likely to make concessions to RENAMO on decentralisation and integration into the security services, but is

- Jane’s - US

At General Assembly, Mozambique calls for reformed UN, greater aid from wealthy States.

Only a reformed United Nations and a greater commitment from wealthier countries to help the developing world can confront “the overwhelming challenges of our times,” Mozambique told the General Assembly on the last day of its 72nd annual general debate today

- UN - INT