Truce in Mozambique Offers Tentative Peace and a Return to Politics

Following months of conciliatory talks, Mozambique’s Frelimo ruling party and the Renamo opposition party agreed to a ceasefire on Sunday, August 24. The deal between the government and the former rebel group formalized a peace agreement brokered between the two parties earlier in the month. It aims at finding a binding and peaceful solution to the recent political impasse ahead of presidential elections due to take place in October.

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