Portuguese gravely injured in ISIS-linked attack in Mozambique

A Portuguese national has been gravely injured in one of the attacks waged by armed rebels linked to the Islamic State in the Mozambican town of Palma near Cabo Delgado. The attacks have been ongoing since Wednesday as the wider area sees as many as 700,000 people on the move trying to avoid the violence. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs is now trying to identify any other Portuguese citizens who may have been caught up in this latest bloodshed. The injured man has been airlifted to hospital. He is thought to be one of many foreign nationals working on a gas project run by French oil company Total.