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Savage assault on Danab troops in Middle Shabelle leaves casualties in its wake

In Mogadishu, an armed group confronted Danab soldiers near Eel Baraf in Middle Shabelle, resulting in casualties on both sides.The Danab troops, who had left Jowhar and were traveling to Hiraan, clashed briefly with the militias. The exact number of casualties is unclear.The attack appears to be driven by tribal loyalties, as the soldiers were off-duty and returning to Hiraan. This incident highlights a resurgence of clan-based conflicts.This skirmish is part of a series of violent incidents along the Hiraan-Middle Shabelle…

Somali Forces Mobilize to Suppress Fatal Clan Conflict in Middle Shabelle Region

A significant number of heavily armed troops have been sent to the Middle Shabelle region by the Somali government to address the recent violent clashes between rival clans. Sulub Ahmed Firin, the Commander of the Somali Police Force, announced that the army's mission is to step in and stop the fighting in the villages near Biyo Adde in Middle Shabelle. He directed the police force to secure the area to prevent further loss of lives. More than 30 people, including innocent women and children, lost their lives in the recent…

Nine al-Shabab Extremists Eliminated in Precise Airstrike across Middle Shabelle and Galgadud Areas

Mogadishu (AX) - A recent airstrike carried out by Somali army forces, with support from international allies, resulted in the deaths of at least nine al-Shabab militants in Middle Shabelle and Galgadud regions. According to a statement from the Ministry of Information released on Wednesday, the airstrike targeted areas in Ali Helle and Barag Sheikh Aamir. Four militants were eliminated in Ali Helle, while five others met the same fate in the Barag Sheikh Aamir region. During the operation, the army successfully targeted a…

arrests in the middle of the “bay”, a new one

One hundred arrests took place on Thursday in Kinshasa, the result of an anti-drug police operation against the "bulge", a drug made with catalyst residues from exhaust pipes. The operation was initiated following the concerns expressed by the authorities about the harmful effects of the consumption of this drug, which is mainly used by young people. Three Tunisian citizens were among those arrested.…

first DEF degree for middle school students from northern Mali

This is a first for students in the Sahara region Taoudéni, in northern Mali. One hundred students take the test that opens them, perhaps the doors to the school. The trials were organized in Timbuktu, where their families have been displaced since the early 2010s. The exam began on Monday with the dictation-question test.…

Tunisians flock to vaccines in the middle of

In Tunisia, the vaccination campaign, which was open to all, was suspended this Wednesday on the second day of Eid for maladministration. The Minister of Health has been fired. as reported from Tunis, Lilia blaiseWith the doors to vaccination centers closed and queues to buy bread, on the second day of Eid, many Tunisians want…

awareness of Covid-19 in the middle of

Burkina Faso, like other countries, is not affected by Covid-19. The vaccination campaign is slow. Faced with the population's unwillingness to be vaccinated, the country's authorities are raising awareness campaigns. This year, Tabaski's holiday will be marked by a pandemic. Mosque officials demand that obstacle measures be followed.…

We’ll crush the traitors, says Abiy Ahmed in the course of the Tigray conflict

ADDIS ABABA - Ethiopians must be courageous and face their enemies without fear, Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed said, noting that the country would leave no room for traitors who are determined to thwart efforts to restore order and unity in the country. nation of the Horn of Africa. According to the 2019 Nobel Peace Prize laureate, the country faces challenges from "traitors from within and without," but he has not disclosed an identity. This is the first time that Abiy Ahmed has apparently blamed strangers for the country's…

a death during clashes in Save in the middle of

Tensions in Benin, three days before the presidential election. In Save, in the middle of the country, scattered mobilizations of opponents of President Patrice Talon began during the night from Monday to Tuesday. Protesters claim that the head of state's term ended on April 5 at midnight, the date marking his five years in power.…

Somalia launches on-line studying program in the midst of COVID-19

Somalia has teamed up with international organizations to launch an online learning platform for primary school as the country struggles with the effects of COVID-19. The Ministry of Education said the alternative learning opportunity aims to reduce the impact of COVID-19 on education and intends to improve access to quality education for children affected by the pandemic. The online platform, launched in partnership with the EU, Global Partnership for Education (GPE) and the Save the Children Somalia program, will…

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