The government of Mozambique has made a move that could stop the rioting in the country. They decided to reverse the major increase in the price of bread that sparked the riots. Mozambique raised the price due to the higher prices for wheat.
So far, the story has only received a brief one paragraph mention in the New York Times, which is too small to copy a segment into our blog.
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