Mozambique breaks up 'CIA spy network'

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.

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