[allAfrica] Johannesburg — Four years ago in October, attacks by a few dozen young men on three police stations in Mocimboa da Praia – a district of Cabo Delgado province in northeastern Mozambique – signalled the beginning of an armed conflict in the area. University researchers, religious leaders and journalists largely agreed that extreme poverty and lack of prospects, especially among jobless young people, fuelled anger and despair.

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