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On Wednesday afternoon, these jihadist groups launched a large-scale attack against the city, simultaneously on three fronts, the very day the French giant announced the resumption of work on the gas exploitation site, supposed to be operational in 2024. The French energy giant, which “do not deplore a victim” on the Afungi site, took the decision to “keep staff to a minimum” of the site for security reasons.
The Muslim province of Cabo Delgago, bordering Tanzania and rich in natural gas, has been facing violent guerrilla warfare for more than three years. On Sunday, thousands of people continued to flee Palma, a city of 75,000 inhabitants, by all possible means. Some headed for the surrounding forests to hide there, others headed for the beaches where they boarded boats of all kinds.
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