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Mozambique: the advance of the jihadist risk in

The Islamic State group announced earlier this week that it had taken control of the port city of Palma, in northern Mozambique, after an attack that killed dozens of people, according to Maputo. Which ISIS-affiliated group led this offensive? What is its strategy, what is its goal? What does this situation mean in relation to…

The U.S. defense force says in a position to deal with al-Shabaab over the Djibouti risk

NAIROBI, Kenya - The United States has promised to take the threats posed by Al-Shabaab seriously, adding that the security of its troops and allied forces in East Africa remains its top priority in line with its security arrangements. The US Africa Command and the French troops based in Djibouti have been threatened by Al-Shabaab militants who issued a stern warning through its leader Ahmed Omar alias Abu Ubaydah over the weekend. A spokesman, Colonel Christopher Karns, told VOA Somali that the US Africa Command is…

The Boko Haram risk and safety at the guts of the election

No ceasefire on the occasion of the election campaign in Niger. While Nigerians are being called upon this Sunday, December 27, to elect their president and their deputies, jihadists are talking about them in the Lake Chad region and on the border with Mali. Rural political leaders make the issue of security one of their main themes.…

AIDS is now not a public risk to South Africa 2030: President Ramaphosa

South Africa is more likely to finish AIDS as a risk to public well being by 2030, President Cyril Ramaphosa mentioned Monday forward of World AIDS Day on December 1. "Whereas now we have diminished the variety of deaths and new infections, we're nonetheless removed from reaching the goal we set in 2016 of reaching a 75% discount in HIV infections by 2020. If we succeed, we're more likely to finish the AIDS public well being risk by 2030." ', he wrote in his weekly publication. "Tomorrow we'll be a…

AIDS to no longer be a public threat to S.Africa until 2030: President

South Africa is likely to end AIDS as a threat to public health by 2030, President Cyril Ramaphosa said Monday ahead of World AIDS Day on December 1. "While we have reduced the number of deaths and new infections, we are still far from reaching the target we set in 2016 of achieving a 75% reduction in HIV infections by 2020. If we succeed, we are likely to end the AIDS public health threat by 2030." ', he wrote in his weekly newsletter. "Tomorrow we will join people around the world to mark World AIDS…

in Tigray, the threat of an escalation of violence between ethnic groups

A massacre of Ethiopians belonging to the Amhara ethnic group, arrests of Tigrayans ... The conflict in Ethiopia can quickly get out of control, warns the UN, which fears many casualties, destruction and massive population movements. According to some NGOs and refugees, the atrocities in Tigray are intensifying. In addition, Ethiopia accuses Tigray's forces of firing rockets at night from Friday to…

the dismay of teachers fleeing the jihadist threat

In Burkina Faso, hundreds of teachers have had to abandon their students after attacks by armed groups, and more than 2,100 schools have been closed following terrorist threats. Today, some professors are waiting for new assignments that are no longer able to return to their old position. Botou is located in the eastern region of Burkina Faso. The teachers in this municipality have received several visits from armed men. The message was clear: no more teaching French in the schools. Out of fear for their lives, these…

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