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Briton missing after Mozambique hotel terror attack feared dead as body found

Sky News Thursday, 1 April 2021
Briton missing after Mozambique hotel terror attack feared dead as body foundA body has been found matching the description of Briton Philip Mawer, who went missing after a terror attack on a northern Mozambique town.
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