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Security Message for U.S. Citizens: Update – Ressano Garcia Border Crossing

Ressano Garcia Border Crossing Now Open The Ressano Garcia crossing is open and operating normally.  The border violence seen over the previous weekend has subsided.  However, U.S. citizens in Mozambique should continue to exercise caution. March Against Xenophobia A march on protesting the xenophobic attacks occurring in South Africa is scheduled to take place on April 25.  ...
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Security Message for U.S. Citizens: Violence at the Ressano Garcia Border Crossing

The U.S. Embassy Maputo has received multiple reports of violence near the border crossing at Ressano Garcia, with reportedly both Mozambican and South African perpetrators and victims.  Additionally, there are unconfirmed reports of barricades being erected in the streets on either side of the border.  The possibility exists that the border crossing may close on ...
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Security Message for U.S. Citizens: Crime on Avenida Organização das Nações Unidas

The U.S. Embassy has received numerous, recent reports of robberies and attacks along Avenida Organização das Nações Unidas from Avenida Fernão de Magalhães to the Praça 16 de Junho. Attackers particularly target pedestrians, and recent information indicates that attackers throw rocks at vehicles and then attack and rob the individuals who stop to check the ...
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Security Message for U.S. Citizens: Flooding in Zambeze and Nampula Provinces

U.S. citizens residing in or traveling to the Zambézia province or the southern parts of Nampula province in Mozambique are advised to take precautions against widespread flooding and consider alternate travel plans as appropriate.  They are further advised to monitor weather reports for northern Mozambique in coming days. Heavy rainfall in Zambézia has led to ...
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