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By Andy Rice 1 September 2010

Police have fired rubber bullets and teargas at rioters in the capital city of Mozambique, after outraged citizens took to the streets to protest the high price of living. The riots are spreading across the city, and there are reports of looting and vandalism. Police have warned that the demonstration is illegal, and is tantamount to intimidation and public incitement to violence. Read more: Reuters Africa.



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