Tag Archives: Security and conflicts

One year after the coup, Bamako fears sharing the fate of Kabul ~ #AFP:

The events in Afghanistan awaken in some Malians the specter of a fall in Bamako after a partial French disengagement, as the security and political horizon remains bleak one year after the coup d’état which brought the colonels to power. “Announced withdrawal of the French force on Malian soil: should …

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Thousands of demonstrators march against insecurity in Faso ~ #AFP:

Several thousand people demonstrated on Saturday in the streets of several cities in Burkina Faso, including the capital Ouagadougou, against “the worsening” of the security situation, demanding a response to increasingly deadly jihadist attacks. “No to growing insecurity”, “No to the abandonment of the populations”, “No to endless attacks”, “Is …

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thousands of demonstrators in the streets of Faso ~ #AFP:

Several thousand people demonstrated on Saturday in the North and Center-North regions of Burkina Faso, against “growing insecurity”, calling on the authorities to take action against recurrent jihadist attacks, we learned from the demonstrators and local authorities. In the Center-North, the demonstrators gathered in Kaya, the capital of the region, …

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Two soldiers and a Cameroonian official killed by separatists ~ #AFP:

Two soldiers were killed Friday in southwestern Cameroon by separatists fighting the army and demanding independence for the part of the country populated by the English-speaking minority, a prefect told AFP on Saturday. An official of the Ministry of the Economy “traveling” in the region was also assassinated, and five …

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The international community puts minimum pressure on the Malian junta ~ #AFP:

The international community is putting minimum pressure on the junta after the new coup d’état in Mali, anxious to preserve the fight against jihadism in the region and to prevent the country from sinking into chaos. Same actors, other times: during the coup d’état of August 2020, the Economic Community …

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