(AGI) - Maputo, Jul 28 - The Brazilian mining giant, Vale, which through its subsidiary 'Vale Mozambique', explores the Moatize coal mines, in central Mozambique, has suspended shipments of coal via the Sena railway line after one of its locomotives was the target of an attack by gunmen. Vale Mozambique exports coal from Moatize mines through the Sena line, which connects the mining area to the port of Beira on the Indian Ocean, in the central province of Sofala, one of the most affected by armed clashes between government forces and guerrillas of the former rebel group "Mozambican National Resistance - RENAMO." According to a company statement, the attack occurred Monday in the region of Inhamitanga and comes nearly a month after the mining giant had resumed the movement of trains on the line, just over 500 km long. This is the second suspension due to armed attacks. (AGI) .