Hundreds of children in Mozambique separated from families

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    The UN says hundreds of children were separated from their families when Palma, a town in northern Mozambique, was attacked by an armed group last month.

    Many of them are arriving in Pemba, from where Al Jazeera’s Haru Mutasa has filed this report.

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