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Mozambicans displaced by politico-military conflict in the Mozambican province of Manica are divided as to whether to return home to areas hit by the hostilities, even after the second extension of the truce.
Some victims of the conflict between the government and Renamo say they will never return, fearing a recurrence of the conflict, and would prefer to stay in accommodation centres permanently.
Others want to return, saying life in the centres is insupportable, but call for a peace agreement that guarantees their security.
Managers of the accommodation centre of Vanduzi, the third largest displaced persons camp in Manica, confirm that indecision is widespread.Source: Voa Portugues
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