PBS NewsHour

Mozambicans displaced by Islamic insurgents blame government

Clip: 09/30/2021 | 9m 32s | Video has closed captioning.

The Southeast African nation of Mozambique is being terrorized by "Al Shabaab," an ISIS-affiliated insurgency that has killed 3,000 people and displaced many more. With the support of the Pulitzer Center, special correspondent Neha Wadekar and filmmaker Ed Ram report from Mozambique on the drivers of this conflict.

Aired: 09/30/21

Rating: NR

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