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Vol 49 No 3

Published 1st February 2008


Ordinary rendition

A diplomatic storm is brewing as Mozambican police crack down on West Africans they accuse of being illegal miners. The formal tone of a letter from the Mozambican High Commission in Pretoria, South Africa, announcing it has ‘the honour to inform’ the Guinean and Senegalese Embassies there that 54 Guinean and 18 Senegalese nationals were to be deported for illegal activities and illegal immigration statuses on 22 January, belies the arbitrary nature of the explusions.

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