US News The South African President jure to chase Jihadists in Mozambique
Burkina Faso: The Kaborora Chairman debate with young people about insecurity
© AFP / Ludovic Marin President Roch Marc Christian Kaboré faced the concerns of youth Burkinabè at the National Youth Forum. (Illustration Image) President Roch Marc Christian Kaboré was facing young people from the 13 regions of the country in a direct dialogue, on the occasion of the National Youth Forum in Koudougou, in the West Center region. The theme of insecurity has often returned to the heart of the debate.
The South African President Cyril Ramaphosa jumped on Tuesday to chase the Jihadists who have been terrorizing the province of Cabo Delgado for four years in northeastern neighboring Mozambique.
"I have a message for these rebels. We will chase you," Ramaphosa said on the margin of the 35th anniversary of the death of the first Mozambican President, Samora Machel, whose plane had crushed in 1986 in the mountains South African, at the border between the two countries.
in Mali, a Colombian nun abounted in 2017 released
© Leonardo Castro Edgar Narváez, the brother of the Colombian nun released Saturday in Mali, showing a portrait of his sister. A Franciscan Colombian nun, Sister Gloria Cecilia Navarez, removed in February 2017 by Jihadists in Mali, was released on Saturday, announced the Malian presidency. This greeted in a statement "The courage and bravery of the sister", stating that this release is "the coronation of four years and eight months of combined efforts of several information services".
"We will make sure that Mozambique becomes a country where you will not spread violence, "he continued during the ceremony in the presence of his Mozambican counterpart, Filipe Nyusi.
The sixteen countries of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) decided two weeks ago to extend their mission alongside the Mozambican army in the region, deployed since July-August and which was to be completed. October 15th.
A recent offensive of these regional forces against an armed base resulted in the death of 19 Jihadists, including a local chief, according to SADC. In early August, the port of Mocimboa da Praia had been taken up on the jihadists who controlled him for a year.
Jihadist armed groups have been reigning terror since the end of 2017 in the Muslim province of Cabo Delgado, border of Tanzania, rich in natural gas but to the poor population.
Violence has already done more than 3,300 deaths, including a majority of civilians, according to the Acled NGO. More than 800,000 people were forced to leave their homes, according to the UN.
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hatred online: five people judged in April for threats against the former journalist Nicolas Hénin .
© Copyright 2021, Obs Five people will be judged in April in Paris to have been energized online against the former journalist Nicolas Hénin, who had reported the Twitter account of the father of a Bataclan victim who called for the jihadists on their return to France, said Sunday a source close to the file. These five people, three men and two women, are summoned on April 20 for to answer threats and harassment , according to this source that confirmed Sunday newspaper information (JDD).