Archive for Category: "Violence"
Une nouvelle attaque contre des installations pétrolières a eu lieu vendredi 19 mars dans le delta du Niger.
Onze personnes, surtout des femmes et des enfants, ont été tuées aux premières heures de mercredi dans l’Etat nigérian du Plateau (centre) par des musulmans,
Nigerian militants detonated at least two car bombs outside a government building in the southern oil city of Warri on Monday where talks were being held about implementing an amnesty programme.
Au troisième jour de combats intensifs, les affrontements à l’arme lourde entre miliciens shebabs et forces gouvernementales, appuyées par les soldats de la paix africains, ont déjà fait une quarantaine de morts, selon diverses sources somaliennes.
Sudan’s army on Monday accused Darfur rebels of ambushing U.N.-African Union peacekeepers and said it had taken control of a central rebel stronghold
Soldiers patrolled the central Nigerian city of Jos on Monday and aid workers tried to assess the death toll after attacks on outlying communities in which several hundred people were feared to have been killed.
Two international peacekeepers are missing in Sudan’s Darfur region after armed men ambushed their patrol and held the force overnight, officials said on Saturday.
More than a dozen people were killed and many more were hurt when two clans clashed in central Somalia, residents and community elders said on Friday.
Fighting between al Shabaab rebels and African Union (AU) troops in the heart of the capital Mogadishu killed at least 12 people and wounded 49, a human rights group and witnesses said on Wednesday.
At least ten people have been injured in religious fighting in Liberia, the third outbreak of fighting between Christian and Muslim communities in West Africa this year.
Sudan’s army clashed with Darfur rebels the same day the country’s president declared the region’s war over after a ceasefire with another insurgent force, rebels said on Thursday.
Sudan’s army clashed with Darfur’s rebel Justice and Equality Movement (JEM) hours before both sides agreed a ceasefire and signed an agreement paving the way to peace talks, rebels and a U.N. source said on Sunday.
Two Kenyan army personnel were killed by raiders from neighbouring Sudan as they patrolled the country’s border, a spokesman with the defence department told Reuters.
De nouveaux combats ont opposé ces derniers jours dans le Djebel Mara, dans la région du Darfour, les troupes gouvernementales à l’Armée de libération du Soudan, la SLA, d’Abdelwahid al-Nour.
Des rivalités entre factions rebelles de l’armée de libération du Soudan auraient provoqué dans le Djebel Mara, le déplacement de plus de 10000 personnes.