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US News Central African Republic: 13 Civilians killed 300 kilometers north of the capital Bangui

02:50  23 july  2021
02:50  23 july  2021 Source:   bfmtv.com

Burkina: the VDPs targeted by a murderous attack in a village near Pensa

 Burkina: the VDPs targeted by a murderous attack in a village near Pensa © Olympia of Maismont AFP / file of the Burkinabè military in the Dori area, in Burkina Faso (image of illustration). in Burkina Faso, at least 10 people including 7 Volunteers for the Defense of the Fatherland (VDP) were killed on Sunday 11 July according to safe sources. Other sources report 7 victims including a woman. It is a village in the municipality of Pensa in the North Central region that has been the target of armed men. Several concessions and the market have also been set up.

Thirteen civilians were killed in clashes north of Bangui , the capital of the perennially restive Central African Republic , the UN mission in the country said Thursday. CAR is the second least-developed country in the world according to the UN and suffers from the aftermath of a brutal civil conflict that erupted in 2013. MINUSCA said it would do everything “to shed light on this sad incident” and bring the attackers to justice. The government has blamed the Coalition of Patriots for Change, created in December 2020 to try and topple President Faustin Archange Touadera, of being behind

Central african republic . Seleka soldiers patrol in Bangui December 3, 2013. BANGUI (Reuters) - Armed men killed at least 12 civilians and wounded 30, including children, northwest of the Central African Republic capital , United Central African Republic is rich in gold, diamonds and The 13 -year-old has since been taken into family services for care.Seven members of the group were

Des soldats de la mission des Nations unies en République centrafricaine (Minusca) sur la route reliant Bangui à Damara, le 23 janvier 2021 © Florent VERGNES Soldiers of the United Nations Mission in the Central African Republic (MINUSCA) on the road connecting Bangui to Damara, January 23, 2021

thirteen civilians Have been killed Wednesday in Central Africa, 300 kilometers north of the capital Bangui, said Thursday in a communiqué the UN, which did not specify the circumstances of the attack or the identity of the attackers.

A patrol of the United Nations mission in the Central African Republic (MINUSCA) "confirmed the discovery of 13 lifeless bonds in Bongboto", 300 kilometers north of Bangui, according to the press release. "The dead are all civilians," said AFP Lieutenant-Colonel Abdoulaziz Fall, Spokesperson for the Minusca.

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 South Africa. In the grip of violence and looting, the country fears the shortages © Marco Longari / AFP looting multiply in South Africa, from the arrest of the former president. The situation is explosive in South Africa where looting and violence destabilize the country and its economy. The government has decided to appeal to the army to restore order, but the fear of food fuel shortages is real.

Central African Republic : Bangassou, in south-eastern CAR, was the target of a violent attack on the morning of 3/01 according to MINUSMA and would have come under the control of the Bozizé rebels. MINUSCA denounced attacks in Damara. Central African Republic : President Faustin-Archange Touadéra visited Bangui today to show that the city is under control. The procession was accompanied by the armed forces of Central Africa , the UN forces, the soldiers of Rwanda.

UN peacekeeping forces in Central African Republic . The clashes took place in the town of Bria, about 375 miles (600 km ) north -east of the capital , Bangui , and pitted the Popular Front for the Renaissance of Central African Republic against the Union for Central African People. Both militia groups were part of the Séléka, a mainly Muslim coalition that toppled the then president in 2013, prompting reprisals by Christian anti-balaka (anti-machete) militia and a cycle of violence in which thousands died.

The Central African Republic, the second poorest country in the United Nations, has been ravaged since 2013 by a civil war that has nevertheless considerably decreased since 2018.

The United Nations has called for investigating the circumstances of the death of the death. Thirteen civilians. "The MINUSCA will help to make any light on this unfortunate incident and stands ready to support the government so that the alleged perpetrators of these odious crimes be identified", according to the statement. The UN "solicits the cooperation of the government for this purpose," concludes the statement.

The government has accused the elements of the patriotic coalition for change (CPC), created in December 2020 to try to overthrow the regime of the President Faustin Archangera Touadéra, to be at the origin of the attack.

Ethiopia: The authorities suspend a reputable media, in a tense climate

 Ethiopia: The authorities suspend a reputable media, in a tense climate © AFP - Marco Longari Ethiopian press readers in Addis Ababa (Illustration) in Ethiopia, the Media Regulatory Authority canceled Thursday The License Standard Addis, one of the latest independent publications in the country, in an increasingly repressive context in the capital, both for journalists covering the war and for civilians of drawn.

“The Central African Republic is on the international agenda, but its neglected northwest territory now presents an emerging crisis,” said Lewis Mudge, Africa researcher at Human Rights Watch. “The 3R armed group, which originally portrayed itself as a protector of the Peuhl, has used it Central African Republic in Crisis The Central African Republic has been in crisis since late 2012, when mostly Muslim Seleka rebels began a military campaign against the government of Francois Bozizé. The Seleka took control of Bangui in March 2013. Their rule was marked by widespread human rights

Continue to actively monitor developments in the Central African Republic to determine whether crimes within the ICC’s jurisdiction are being committed. Remind all parties of the ICC’s jurisdiction and, as appropriate, issue public statements assessing the gravity of the crimes committed in the Around the town of Bossangoa, 300 kilometers north of Bangui , they targeted Muslim communities as well as ex-Seleka posts. During this time, the anti-balaka attacked nomadic cattle camps of the ethnic Peuhl Muslim community, causing many deaths and stealing at least 5,000 heads of cattle, a massive

Government forces have been successful since the rest of December 2020, the agglomerations and a good part of two-thirds of the country that they have controlled for several years, mainly through the reinforcement of Rwandan soldiers and the presence of hundreds of Russian paramilitaries. by their side.

Moscow officially recognizes the presence of 1.135 "unarmed instructors" but the NGOs operating in the field, France and the United Nations say that part of them are men of the Russian private security group Wagner, this that deny Moscow.

According to the UN, the Russian "instructors" committed with the Central African army "violations of international humanitarian law", including "blind assassinations".

The United Nations estimated that almost half of the population was in "food insecurity" because of the coronavirus epidemic, but also because of the safe situation.

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Chad: several hundred protesters against the junta .
© Djimet Wiche manifestation against the junta in power and against the politics of France in Chad, in N'Djamena on 8 May 2021 several hundred people have shown Thursday to n Djamena against the junta who took power in Chad in April after the death of Idriss Debly Itno, supervised by a strong police system, found a reporter from AFP.

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