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37 dead in western Niger after new attacks by

Gunmen killed 37 civilians in a flashpoint region in western Niger where hundreds have died in extremist attacks this year, local sources said on Tuesday. The perpetrators "arrived by motorcycle" in the village of Darey-Daye in the Tillaberi region on Monday afternoon as people were working in the fields, a local official said. "The fee is very high - there were 37 dead, including four women and 13 children," the source said. A local journalist confirmed the charge and described the attack as "very…

at least 37 civilians were killed

An attack by armed men on motorcycles took place on Monday 16 August in the village of Darey-Daye, in the Niger region of Tillabéri. More than 37 civilian victims will be lamented, including 4 women and 13 minors. An event that is not isolated in this region where the jihadists have experienced serious setbacks in recent months.…

more than a thousand displaced after attacks by

Following the August 8 attacks on several Malian towns attributed to the jihadists, near the border with Niger, which killed 42 civilians, there are now many displaced civilians. More than a thousand people have left their villages to go to Labbézanga, very close to the Niger border, or more within Malian territory. Voluntary organizations went there.…

Somali Prime Minister requires unity to defeat terrorism after 4 deaths

Somali Prime Minister calls for unity to defeat terrorism after the death of 4 footballers MOGADISHU, Somalia - Somali Prime Minister Mohamed Roble called on Somalis to unite to defeat terrorism after four footballers were killed in an IED explosion on Friday. Roble condemned the terrorist attack in the town of Kismayo in the Lower Jubba region of Jubaland state and called for an immediate end…

questioning the leaders of a movement that wants to form one

In Burkina Faso, twenty-four hours after their public speech, the leaders of a movement calling itself the "Union for the Liberation of Burkina Faso" were arrested by the police. At a press conference, they called for the recruitment of about 25,000 people to form, they say, a "liberation army". as reported from Ouagadougou,…

Despite the announcement of his profound transformation,

On Thursday night, French army personnel announced that they had "neutralized" in Mali two heads of the Islamic State organization in the Greater Sahara: Rhissa al-Sahraoui and Abou Abderrahmane al-Sahraoui. When the end of his mission is announced, Barkhane maintains pressure on the terrorists. "This new operation illustrates…

Israel regains its observer status in the Union

The information was formalized by a statement from the African Union and Israeli diplomacy on Thursday, July 22. The new Israeli ambassador, currently stationed in Addis Ababa, handed over his duties to Moussa Faki Mahamat, President of the African Union Commission. A photo of the two diplomats posing with the green African Union flag marks the event. "This corrects an anomaly that has been going on for almost two decades," said a statement from Israeli Foreign Minister Yair Lapid. Israel thus regains its observer status,…

In the spotlight: Assimi Goïta focused on an attempt

With this "stabbing attempt" against the president of the transition, "it is a Tabaski who will undoubtedly remain engraved in the collective memory", warns from the beginning. The Mali Journal. An attempt to attack Bamako's great mosque and which "caused a stir among our countrymen", writes The rise.The magazine delivers the story of the events. "On this day of the celebration of the feast of Eid el-Kebir, we can read, the…

the situation in Cabo Delgado at the heart of the debates

This Saturday, July 18, the summit of the CPLP, the community of Portuguese-speaking countries, ended in Luanda. Angola took over the rotating presidency of this organization of nine member states, including Mozambique. The conflict in Cabo Delgado, in the far north of the country, where Total suspended its gas project after a jihadist attack in early April, was one of the summits, but no concrete…

US slows down al-Shabaab crackdown in Somalia amid upsurge in terrorism

US slows down al-Shabaab crackdown in Somalia amid upsurge in terrorist attacks MOGADISHU, Somalia - For seven months, the United States slowed down operations against Al-Shabaab militants in Somalia, in a strategy widely criticized by local actors, who believe that US Africa Command's efforts were still needed to eradicate them. activists. On January 19, an American plane opened fire on a…

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