SECURITE | SECURITY

19-Jun-2022 to 15:33

Two people killed in road ambush in Southern Rwanda

APA - Kigali (Rwanda) — At least two people on board a public transport bus including a passenger and a driver were killed and six others injured earlier Saturday when armed terrorists opened fire inside Nyungwe Forest, Southern Rwanda, a Police statement obtained by APA said.

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19-Jun-2022 to 15:27

DR Congo imposes strict curfew on border post with Rwanda amid alleged "security...

APA - Kigali (Rwanda) — Authorities in South Kivu province near the border with Rwanda on Saturday declared an indefinite curfew restricting people to cross the border for some hours during a day over rising insecurity.

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18-Jun-2022 to 06:34

Congolese soldier shot dead after firing on Rwanda border

APA - Kigali (Rwanda) — An armed Congolese soldier was earlier Friday shot dead at the Rwanda-DR Congo border in Rubavu after he entered Rwanda and indiscriminately fired at border and security personnel on duty.

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17-Jun-2022 to 07:38

Why Mali's troops quit G5 Sahel coalition?

APA-Bamako (Mali) — Less than a month after its decision to leave the G5 Sahel, Mali has disengaged its forces from the joint multinational force attempting to tackle the jihadist threat in West Africa.

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17-Jun-2022 to 07:34

DRC: Demonstrators stand up against “Rwandan aggression”

APA-Kinshasa (DRC) — Several thousand Congolese demonstrators tried on Wednesday (15 June) in Goma to cross the border with Rwanda, accused of supporting the M23 rebellion in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).

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17-Jun-2022 to 07:32

Cote d’Ivoire: Truth about an alleged terrorist attack

APA - Abidjan (Cote d’Ivoire) — The Ivorian army has denied a terrorist attack that is said to have repulsed at the border with Ghana, relayed on social networks.

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15-Jun-2022 to 08:25

Mozambique: Four killed, 10,000 flee jihadist violence

APA-Maputo (Mozambique) — At least four people have been beheaded and about 10,000 Mozambicans have fled their homes in the past week as a new wave of jihadist-related violence sweeps across the country’s troubled Cabo Delgado province, Save the Children charity said Wednesday.

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