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Kigali, RW
December 7, 2022
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In pictures: Defying Mozambican jihadists to go to school

Some of the motorbike taxi riders in Pemba, who rule the roads of the Mozambican port city, have fled jihadist violence – escaping from an insurgency further north that has devastated their hometown of Mocímboa da Praia.

The mota taxis, as they are known locally, far outnumber Pemba’s motorists – who tend to complain that they are a menace. But the work is a lifeline for the young men who fled their homes, more than 325km (200 miles) away.

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