Mozambique is the first major African nation in recent times to become unable to meet obligations to international creditors
Renamo leader declares ceasefire extended, saying peace is sacred.
Mozambican President Filipe Nyusi has agreed a truce with opposition Renamo leader Afonso Dhlakama
Mozambique has made significant progress in its fight against poverty despite recent economic and political challenges.
Jeremias Pondeca's murder has potentially blocked progress in Renamo's talks with the government.
According to reports, 2 600 people have fled Mozambique to escape attacks by the militant opposition, Renamo.
Their jaws open in macabre expressions of pain, the skeletal corpses lie just 100 metres (yards) from Mozambique's main north-south road
Mozambique clashes send thousands fleeing to Malawi, and Angolan rebels say to resume armed struggle
Africa’s second-biggest crude producer pumps most of its 1.75 million barrels a day from off the coast of Cabinda
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The amount of gas reserves in the country’s north are estimated at about 180 trillion cubic feet--equivalent to the entire gas reserves of Nigeria.
The country’s current problems seen as temporary. “This is still a fantastic investment story,” says analyst.
Renamo claim it is a 'planned attack' by the ruling party as tensions continue to rumble in resource-rich country scarred by previous conflict
It's a key milestone--Mozambique was one of the most mined countries in the world, the result of the 10-year war of independence.
Mozambique tension as opposition boycotts peace talks, days after it announced a separate police force
In recent weeks Renamo, which has been running a low-level insurgency against the government, has made public the creation of two new military bases.
Renamo and the government signed a peace accord Rome in 1992, ending a 16-year civil war.
He is threatening to create a parallel government in the central and gas-rich northern regions with him as president.
Opposition cry foul in Mozambique polls, as early count points to ruling Frelimo victory predicted by analysts
Frelimo candidate projected to win by 60%, a big drop from the 75% the party's candidate bagged in 2009.