Twelve people beheaded in a hotel in Mozambique

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It has emerged that 12 people, some believed to be foreigners, were beheaded in a hotel in Mozambique during a recent raid by ISIL (ISIS) fighters.

Regional leaders are trying to find a solution after a recent surge in violence.

Al Jazeera’s Leah Harding reports.

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