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Mozambique insurgency: Why 24 countries have sent troops

Mozambique insurgency: Why 24 countries have sent troops

Image source, Getty Images At least 24 countries have sent soldiers to support Mozambique in its fight against insurgents in northern Cabo Delgado province. The discovery of 7,000 "ghost soldiers" in the ranks of a poorly paid and badly trained army underline why Mozambique needs help. The Carta de Moçambique daily newspaper...

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Killer 'stepbrother' Craig Mulligan, 14, dances with Logan Mwangi just months before murdering boy, 5 - as review is launched into string of failures before his death amid calls for overhaul of entire system after yet ANOTHER little life is lost

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Killer 'stepbrother' Craig Mulligan, 14, dances with Logan Mwangi just months before murdering boy, 5 - as review is launched into string of failures before his death amid calls for overhaul of entire system after yet ANOTHER little life is lost

MURDER

Killer 'stepbrother' Craig Mulligan, 14, dances with Logan Mwangi just months before murdering boy, 5 - as review is launched into string of failures before his death amid calls for overhaul of entire system after yet ANOTHER little life is lost

dailymail.co.uk

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Tory deputy chief whip Chris Pincher quits after ‘groping men’ while drunk

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Tory deputy chief whip Chris Pincher quits after ‘groping men’ while drunk

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Tory deputy chief whip Chris Pincher quits after ‘groping men’ while drunk

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