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How Rhodesia, South Africa and the CIA Caused Civil War in Mozambique

The civil war in Mozambique stemmed from Rhodesia's frenzied attempts to stop ZANLA operations in Mozambique. Under the purpose of fighting communism, RENAMO was created to destabilize Mozambique.

How Rhodesia, South Africa and the CIA Caused Civil War in Mozambique

The civil war in Mozambique was created by the colonizers. Here is Alfonso Dhlakama, the long-time leader of RENAMO who died in 2018.

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