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At least 12 people, including children and a pregnant woman, have been killed close to the capital Bangui by Christian vigilantes, a military source said Wednesday, amid rising fears of sectarian massacres in the Central African Republic. The vicious
Gunmen have killed 37 people in a pre-dawn raid in Nigeria's central Plateau state, the military has said. Herdsmen from the Fulani ethnic group carried out the attack on villages inhabited mostly by the Berom community, a local organisation said.
No fewer than 36 persons were, yesterday, feared killed while seven villages were overrun by suspected Fulani herdsmen in an outbreak of fighting between the invaders and native farmers in Agatu Local Government Area of Benue State. The massacre came
Guinea Election Results Reveal Entrenched Ethnic Vote, or Do They?...On the surface, the ethnic prophecy touted by foreign reporters as well as many within Guinea ahead of the country's recent parliamentary elections seems to have been fulfilled.
Guinea (AP) The president's ruling party won more seats than the opposition in Guinea's highly divisive legislative elections, election officials announced late Friday nearly three weeks after the vote. The opposition immediately announced it would
Poll dates have been repeatedly scheduled and then postponed, largely due to allegations by opposition parties that the government was trying to rig the vote. The political atmosphere is charged with intense distrust between the government and
Media playback is unsupported on your device Niger's nomads gather for beauty contest 20 September 2013 Last updated at 16:35 BST For one week every year, a small village in northern Niger plays host to a gathering of nomadic farmers from across the
After years of struggles against governments and private parties, the Mbororo-Fulani are gaining international attention...Pulaaku, the code of behaviour governing Mbororo-Fulani pastoralists, may be proving useful for Musa Usman Ndamba: one of its
Powell, a long-time Republican, crossed his arms as he expressed praise for President Obama's address to the country shortly after the verdict. President Obama directly discussed contemporary race relations for what may have been the first time in
Fula ethnic group and the celebration brought together Fulas in The Gambia to discuss and share ideas about Fula origin and culture. Speaking at the ceremony, Maitre Adama Baldeh, the Fula International Ambassador from Kolda in Casamance, Senegal