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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Renamo leader Afonso Dhlakama, who has been holed up in the forests of central Mozambique, Wednesday claimed the military had staged a fresh attack against his base.Dhlakama claimed the army had deployed 12 armoured vehicles and troops that he said included "mercenaries" from Angola, China, Tanzania and Zimbabwe near his mountainous base.Last week AFP correspondents reporting from Vunduzi, near Renamo's Satunjira base, saw 10 armoured vehicles and around 30 soldiers. According to Dina, Renamo fighters have killed seven civilians and wounded 30 in 18 attacks staged over the past two weeks.
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