Rwanda soldiers killed several insurgents over the weekend at Awasse. Preceding information showed that insurgents were reinforcing this location due to access road importance.
The detail still have to be verified.Mozambique has been pleading for support only to face months of dithering. When it reached out to Rwanda, it found a partner ready to put paid to the rhetoric of pan-Africanism. Rwanda immediately deployed a force of 1000 soldiers and police officers.
— Europe Direct CLM (@europedirectCLM) July 27, 2021
Tsamayang sentle le bowe le le mmogo.
Them boys at Mozambique 🤣🤣 pic.twitter.com/0g9tsySf7Q
— 🇧🇼Bonnie 🇿🇦 (@LancasterDeep) July 27, 2021
— Daniele Garofalo (@G88Daniele) July 27, 2021
The governor of #CaboDelgado asking the population to accept foreign soldiers helping #Mozambique in combatting terrorism. He also asks to accept those youngsters (brothers, nephews, in-laws etc) deflecting from the terrorist group back into the community pic.twitter.com/2gBbgOZMJF
— jœ (@HalfManHalfRusk) July 27, 2021
— Serial Tweeper🕵🏿♂️ (@serialTweeper) July 26, 2021
[ 🇲🇿 MOZAMBIQUE ]
🔸Rare média des combattants de l'ISCAP au Mozambique. Selon des sources locales, l'ISCAP se serait retiré de nombreuses positions à la suite de l'offensive du Rwanda/Mozambique, et préparerait activement la contre offensive. pic.twitter.com/t1f2xXzGKx
— (Little) Think Tank (@L_ThinkTank) July 26, 2021
#Mozambique more coverage of the #GalaxyDefenders intervention
… suddenly Maputo is in the "mainstream" news triggered by the fact "African solution for an African problem"…( but really how can some be stuck 🤔 with the "cost"🤦🏾♂️🙉 like suddenly they remembered accountability) pic.twitter.com/h7weMXt7z5
— Albert Rudatsimburwa 🇷🇼 (@albcontact) July 26, 2021
Loss of lives.
Loss of hope.
Conflict and climate change have devastated Cabo Delgado, Northern #Mozambique, where over 700K people have fled their homes. These families have had enough and they need our help. We need money, we need access, and we need it now. pic.twitter.com/5gvHQdIzwZ
— David Beasley (@WFPChief) July 24, 2021
In Mozambique, humanitarians are assisting thousands of people affected by the armed conflict in Cabo Delgado.
More funding is needed immediately.
— UN Humanitarian (@UNOCHA) July 20, 2021
Ever imagined being separated from your family member and not knowing their whereabouts?
Ana Ayuba from Mozambique shares her story. pic.twitter.com/uZt5NAaqWS
— ICRC Africa (@ICRC_Africa) July 19, 2021
Imagine delivering your baby when you have just been freshly displaced from your home?
This is how baby Naifa came into this world.
Her mum had to flee due to increased violence and attacks in Mozambique. pic.twitter.com/opkYO57OBd
— ICRC Africa (@ICRC_Africa) July 26, 2021