Mozambique's Sena coal railway reopens after protests
MAPUTO May 14 (Reuters) - Mozambique's Sena railway line, which transports coal to port from mines owned by Vale and Rio Tinto , reopened on Tuesday after protests blocked its tracks two days earlier, Vale said.
"At 6:30 this morning, Tuesday (0430 GMT), access to Vale's coal mine at Moatize was unblocked, permitting the normal movement of workers to the mine and re-establishing coal exports through the Sena line," the company said in a statement.
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