Mozambique’s Former Rebels End 1992 Peace Deal

Mozambique’s former rebel group, Renamo, says it is ending its 1992 peace deal with the ruling Frelimo party, raising fears of renewed violence in the country.

Renamo officials say they are making the move because government forces captured a base where their leader, Afonso Dhlakama, was staying. They say Dhlakama escaped during Monday’s fighting.

The defense ministry confirmed earlier Monday that its forces had taken over the base in a remote part of the Gorongosa mountains. The …