News, Resources & Upcoming Events (26/04/2021)

News and Reports

Will events in Chad force a reset of Sahel strategy? – atlanticcouncil.org

Mort d’Idriss Déby : “la France perd un allié très important” dans le Sahel – France24.com

Rebels threaten to march on capital as Chad reels from president’s battlefield death –  Reuters

Niger: The African Commission must act for a human rights approach in the African Union’s handling of the political and security situation –  fidh.org

Sahel : l’Algérie et le Niger accordent leurs violons –  Jeuneafrique.com

Gérard Araud – La France devrait s’inspirer de l’Amérique et quitter le Sahel – lepoint.fr

Burkina Faso : « Juger Blaise Compaoré n’ajoutera pas à l’instabilité » – jeuneafrique.com

Mali: Killings, ‘Disappearances’ in Military Operations – Human Rights Watch

Mali sets February date for presidential, parliamentary elections – aljazeera.com

Resources

In 2017 the Government of Rwanda retained the Washington DC law firm of Levy Firestone Muse LLP to investigate the role of the French government in connection with the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda that left more than 800,000 dead. The Muse Investigation report was submitted to the Government of Rwanda on 19 April 2021. It concludes that the French government bears “significant responsibility for enabling a foreseeable genocide”.

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