Tuesday 12 February 2013
February 12, 2013 (LONDON) - The Sudanese government may have evacuated Malian jihadists to North Darfur from a foreign country, according to a leading rebel official from the Justice and Equality Movement (JEM). Militiaman from the (...)
Monday 14 January 2013
Conflict Armament Research LtdEVIDENCE FROM A NINE-COUNTRY INVESTIGATION
This report is the result of six years of collaborative investigations and documents the distribution of Iranian ammunition in Africa. It is the (...)
Wednesday 24 January 2007
Jan 22, 2007 (NIAMEY) — The official visit of the Sudanese culture minister to Niger ended with the release of a joint statement on Monday, committing the two countries to strengthening their friendly ties in art and communication. (...)
Saturday 28 October 2006
Oct 27, 2006 (NIAMEY) — Niger’s cabinet on Friday suspended a decision to deport thousands of Mahamid Arabs back to Chad after neighbouring countries intervened to request a halt, the communications minister said.
The West African (...)
Sunday 29 October 2006
Oct 28, 2006 (NIAMEY) — Hundreds of people took to the streets in southeastern Niger on Saturday to protest against the government’s decision to halt the deportation of thousands of Mahamid Arabs back to Chad.
Niger’s cabinet on Friday (...)
Sunday 26 August 2007
August 25, 2007 (NIAMEY) — Niger’s prime minister and senior military officials left for Sudan and Libya on Saturday to seek help ending an insurgency by Tuareg-led rebels in the country’s remote desert north, a senior army source said. (...)
Monday 27 August 2007
August 26, 2007 (KHARTOUM) — Niger’s Prime Minister Seyni Oumarou Sunday concluded his two-day visit in Sudan, during which he discussed with Sudanese President Omer al-Bashir on the situation in Niger.
The official SUNA news agency (...)
Saturday 6 September 2014
September 5, 2014 (KHARTOUM) – Large numbers of Sudanese gold prospectors have been evacuated from Niger to the Chadian city of Abeche before being transferred to the West Darfur state capital, Al-Geneina. Workers break rocks at the Wad (...)
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