The capture of Palma, five kilometres from major gas infrastructure at Afungi, illustrates the difficulties faced by Mozambique's armed forces and the Dyck Advisory Group in trying to secure the region. Dyck has teamed up with Canadian security giant GardaWorld to try and do a better job of it. [...] (393 words)
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