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Rebels in Mozambique killed a Red Cross driver and three other people in a convoy bringing aid to survivors of a massacre that took hundreds of lives, the national news agency said. The AIM news agency also reported that two more victims of the Homoine slayings died in the hospital, increasing the death toll to 388. The attack on the convoy occurred July 23, the news agency said, five days after the massacre. The government has accused the Mozambique National Resistance of carrying out the attack; the resistance has denied involvement.


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