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Battle-scared subtropical country in southeast Africa, often described as the "world's poor-est nation"; home to at least six top-quality point- and reefbreaks. After decades of civil or cross-border warfare, Mozambique became relatively safe for travel in 1992, and surfers for the first time began exploring the country's long (1,500-mile), sandy, swampy, wave- rich coastline. American pros Tom ...

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