In Burkina Faso, a coup accompanied by

In Burkina Faso, junta leader Paul-Henri Sandaogo Damiba was overthrown by Captain Ibrahim Traoré on Friday 30 September. A new coup accompanied by an intense disinformation campaign that does not weaken. On the networks, the infox supports the country's new…

Legislative elections in Lesotho, a poor, violent and

A small kingdom the size of Belgium in southern Africa, Lesotho will hold parliamentary elections on Friday 7 October. Back in five episodes about the turbulent history of this politically unstable country and economically dependent on the South African greatness. Where? When? How Lesotho is a small landlocked country in the heart of South Africa. Formerly a British protectorate,…

US still looking for information, 5 years

The United States, through its embassy in Niger, is offering a reward of up to $5 million to anyone who can provide information on those responsible for the Tongo Tongo ambush. Eight American and Nigerian soldiers were killed there by jihadists on October 4,…

procedural disputes at the September 28 trial

The trial against the massacres of 28 September 2009 in Conakry, Guinea, continues. The leader of the junta at the time, Moussa Dadis Camara, is in the dock. The trial opened on 28 September in the presence of the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court…

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