Violence in Mali Continues Despite Heavy International Presence
Tensions among ethnic communities have surged since the government started battling extremists in its desert territories. Dogon tribe-members reportedly burned a large portion of a Muslim Fulani village recently while a delegation from the UN Security Council was visiting the Sahel to evaluate militant threats that has crippled the region.
Mixed patrol in Mali (file photo).
Deutsche Welle, 26 March 2019
The latest massacre of Fulani villagers in central Mali has highlighted the dramatic collapse of a once peaceful state. Despite a strong international presence, violence between… Read more »
CAJ News, 26 March 2019
THERE is outrage following the killing of children, who among more than 130 people murdered in a terror attack in central Mali. The deadly attack occurred at a village in the… Read more »
African Arguments, 26 March 2019
The essentials: At least 134 Fulani people, among them many women, children and elderly people, were killed in an attack by a Dogon ethnic militia in central Mali. The attack is… Read more »
President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita has replaced 11 army commanders after a pre-dawn attack on villages left 134 people dead and 55 injured. Militants from the Dogon group known as ... Read more »