Southern African bloc agrees to extend troops' mandate to fight insurgency in Mozambique

The Southern African Development Community (SADC) agreed to extend their troop deployment in
Mozambique for another month to help it fight an Islamic State-linked insurgency. Meanwhile, the border between Algeria and Tunisia has been reopened after more than two years of closure due to the pandemic. And in Somalia, the crew at Bilan Media is on a mission to break the silence around gender-based violence in the country.

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