Mozambique rivals sign peace deal

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Mozambique President Arnando Guebuza, left, and former Renamo rebel leader Afonso Dhlakama, right, shake hands after signing a peace accord Friday, Sept. 5, 2014.The two men warmly embraced after signing the peace deal

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The leader of Mozambique's armed opposition party Renamo Afonso Dhlakama arrives at Maputo airport 04 September 2014.Afonso Dhlakama said he wanted to end the “one-party state” in Mozambique

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After winning independence Mozambique's Frelimo fighters became the governing party but were soon pitched into a civil war against rebels backed by neighbouring South Africa.Frelimo and Renamo fought a bitter 15-year civil war

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People crossing a tea plantation in Gurue province.  Mozambique agriculture remains underdeveloped. Despite recent progress, many Mozambicans remain stuck in poverty

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Mr Dhlakama flew into the capital Maputo on Thursday accompanied by diplomats, after a deal to end the conflict was agreed last month.

After signing the deal, he said he hoped it “can bring to an end the one-party state”, AFP reports.

“After the beautiful dream of two decades ago when peace seemed to be for always, we saw a systematic concentration of power in the hands of those in power… many are in this room,” he said, drawing gasps and mutters from the audience, according to AFP.

The Renamo leader went into hiding in October 2012, after accusing the government of breaking the terms of the 1992 peace deal.

The conflict threatened the economic progress Mozambique had made in recent years.

Presidential and parliamentary elections are due on 15 October.

Mr Guebuza is stepping down after serving two terms and former Defence Minister Felipe Nyusi will be the candidate of the governing Frelimo party.

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