Mozambique breaks up 'CIA spy network'
Maputo, Mozambique — Mozambique has expelled six Americans in what the government called the breakup of "an important CIA spy network in our country." Western diplomats said the move was a signal to the Reagan administration against a pro-South Africa policy. Four US diplomats and two diplomatic wives were ordered out within 48 hours on suspicion of being part of a spy network that aided white-ruled South Africa. Other foreigners als o were accused.