Total forced to evacuate in Mozambique conflict zone

Unrest persists around the French supermajor's gas efforts in the country, which is plagued by Islamist uprisings.

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It hasn't been enough for Total to enter a security deal with Mozambique's government in August to guard against recurring Islamist uprisings. Now, there's trouble again.

Total confirms that the oil company has had to evacuate staff following a range of new attacks only few kilometers from its gas project on the Afungi peninsula in the province of Cabo Delgado.

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