El comercio ilícito con China que alimenta la insurgencia en Mozambique.

Timber smuggling from Mozambique’s ancient forests to China, estimated to be worth $23m (£18m) annually, is fueling a brutal Islamist insurgency and a large criminal network in the country’s north. This illicit trade in rosewood is linked to the financing of Mozambique’s Islamic-State linked militants in Cabo Delgado province. The trade is allowed only under … Leer más