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Francophone Africa round-up 24/05/2021

News « L’accord d’Alger entre Bamako et les rebelles armés a créé plus de problèmes qu’il n’en a réglés » – Le Monde Chad’s Ongoing Instability, the Legacy of Idriss Déby – Africa Center for Strategic Studies Au Niger, plus de 10 000 déplacés en 48 heures à cause des attaques djihadistes – Le Monde The Sahel: Time for the EU to show tough love – The Africa Report A letter from African intellectuals on the Sahel crisis – Al Jazeera UE : aide humanitaire de 210 millions € pour le Sahel et l’Afrique centrale – Sahel Intelligence Opération Barkhane : sur le front avec les soldats français au Sahel – Les Echos Réunion du G5 Sahel en marge du sommet de Paris sur le financement des économies africaines – La Tribune Sahel, Emmanuel Macron ouvre la porte d’une négociation avec les djihadistes – Mondafrique Fresh attacks, dire conditions plague Africa’s Sahel, Security Council hears – UN News Mali to form new ‘broad-based’ transitional government – Al Jazeera  

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Weekly update and resources

France will not apologise for colonising Algeria although President Macron believes it was a crime against humanity. Read more on The Times French President Emmanuel Macron has signalled intention to reduce the 5,100-strong French military force fighting jihadis in the Sahel & sub-Saharan Africa. Read more on The Financial Times Algerian soldiers fired high-calibre rounds as part of an operation against the persistent threat of Islamist militants Read more on Africanews.com 300 British troops begin missions in Mali, as part of UN peacekeeping force MINUSMA Read more on The Independent Olajumoke (Jumo) Ayandele reflects on Nigeria’s Kaduna crisis. The state has experienced a near tripling of violent incidents involving armed groups in the past year Read more on Africa Center for Strategic Studies    

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