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Mozambique and S.Africa reach security agreement

South Africa and Mozambique reached agreement Friday on the key provisions of a historic nonaggression pact obliging each government to refrain from harboring guerrillas seeking to topple the other.

South Africa has said its principal aim in dealing with neighboring black states is to ensure that none of them provides bases for guerrilla groups fighting white minority rule in the republic, such as the African National Congress.

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