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The stories behind the headlines from around the globe

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Mozambique in facts and figures

Struggling African nation on the brink of better times

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Fast Track

The BBC's Rajan Datar finds out about efforts to restore endangered wildlife to Mozambique.

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Mozambique's home-grown diving instructors

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Working Lives: Maputo

Meet five very different people in Mozambique

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From Marxism to market

Mozambique has travelled far post-independence.

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The artist turning civil war weapons into art

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Mozambique: Life in pictures

A country of contrasts

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Quelimane: One Square Mile of Mozambique

One mayor's battle to turn around his town

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Will Mozambique end up like Nigeria or Norway?

Mozambique's resources: a blessing or curse?

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Why the Mbila is so important to Mozambique

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Portugal's unemployed head to Mozambique

The Portuguese seeking a future in Mozambique

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Bridging the gap in Mozambique's coal town?

Are all in Tete feeling the gains?

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Coal bonanza

Mozambique's coal town of Tete is proving a boom for some but leaving others out of the growing prosperity, writes Anna Wallenlind Nuvunga.

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Working Lives

The BBC's Laeila Adjovi meets five very different people who live and work in Maputo, to talk about their lives in Mozambique.

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One Square Mile of Mozambique

One Square Mile journeys to the carnival capital of Africa in northern Mozambique where Mayor Manuel de Araujo is battling corruption and years of neglect.

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Mozambique: Life in pictures

Ariadne Van Zandbergen is a freelance wildlife and travel photographer specialised in Africa. Born and raised in Belgium she is now based in South Africa, from where she makes regular photographic...

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'Little paradise'

With Portugal staggering economically, many now see the country's former colony of Mozambique as holding out more prospects than home, writes the BBC's Alexis Akwagyiram.

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