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Contents: Editorial - The opening of a new front (p. 1) We value Africa's aid - FRELIMO at the conference of East and Central African states (p. 3) War review - Developments over the past 12 months (p. 4) FRELIMO's women envoys - In Africa, Europe and Asia (p. 7) The crimes of colonialism - Testimony to the un human rights commission (p. 9) Visitors in free Mozambique - British solidarity group Canadian lecturer Italian delegation Bulgarian doctor (p.11) A soldier escapes from Caetano's war - A Portuguese deserter speaks (p.17) FRELIMO's new recruits - Mozambicans desert the colonial army and join FRELIMO (p.18) O.A.U. Secretary-General visits FRELIMO (p.19) War communique - Latest report from the front (p. 20) Economic development in the liberated areas - Report to the economic commission for Africa (p. 22). This is an issue reprinted and distributed by the LSM Information Center in Richmond, Canada.