Insurgents effectively hold town after attack in Mozambique, head of mercenary group says

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In his first on-camera interview, Lionel Dyck, the head of private military contractor Dyck Advisory Group, told CNN’s David McKenzie that insurgents in northern Mozambique effectively hold the strategic town of Palma after they staged a complex attack last week.

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