DW: Mozambique: Militants seize town, Total halts LNG operations
Jihadis have seized a town and also allegedly attacked a convoy of fleeing civilians, including foreign workers, as fighting continued in the gas-rich region.
Islamist militants have seized control of the town of Palma in Mozambique's northern province of Cabo Delgado, killing several people, including a foreign worker.
They also allegedly attacked a convoy of fleeing civilians. At least one person was killed and a number wounded in the attack.
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WNU Editor: Total has a $20 billion LNG project in this region that is now shut down.
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