Mozambican historian Yussuf Adam warned today that hundreds of women live in “terrible” situations and are the biggest victims of the conflict that has already killed more than a thousand people in Cabo Delgado, in the north of the country. Club of Mozambique quotes Adam, a researcher since the 1970s who has focused on the province, as saying there are multiple reports of women disappearing after incursions by armed groups, and it is suspected that some of them are used as “sex slaves”. “Women are suffering in this war. What we hear every day is horrible,” Adam said.