A file photo taken on Nov. 8, 2012 shows fighters of the former Mozambican rebel movement "Renamo" receiving military training in Gorongosa's mountains, Mozambique. AFP PHOTO / JINTY JACKSON
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Conflict between Mozambique's old civil war adversaries is increasingly becoming an international concern, with thousands of people fleeing violence into neighboring Malawi and Zimbabwe and the country's rival factions agreeing to negotiate with the help of foreign mediators.The government recently agreed to the opposition group's demand that international mediators be involved in talks; the European Union's office in Mozambique said it had received a letter signed by President Filipe Nyusi inviting the EU to assist with the dialogue.More than 10,000 Mozambicans have crossed into Malawi since December, forcing the government there to reopen a refugee camp that previously housed refugees from Mozambique's civil war, according to Bestone Chisamile, Malawi's secretary for home affairs and internal security.Some 500 families from Mozambique have crossed the border into Zimbabwe's Manicaland province, the online edition of New Zimbabwe, a weekly newspaper published in Britain, reported this week.
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