US News: Mali: Five gendarmes killed in a jihadist attack in the west of the country

Perpetuity required against the French jihadist of the Ei Tyler Vilus During his trial on appeal

 Perpetuity required against the French jihadist of the Ei Tyler Vilus During his trial on appeal © Thomas Brégardis / West-France Illustration of a penal code. Perpetuity condemnation was required against Jihadist Tyler Vulus during his appeal trial in Paris, Tuesday, September 21st. He had been sentenced at first instance at thirty years in prison for crimes committed between 2013 and 2015 during his stay in Syria. The verdict is expected at the end of the day.

Des militaires maliens en patrouille dans les rues de Bamako (image d'illustration). © Issouf Sanogo / AFP of the Malian military on patrol in the streets of Bamako (image of illustration).

An attack attributed to the jihadists beeed on Tuesday the Malian army on the Vital Bamako-Kayes section west of Mali. It is a convoy of a mining company secured by the Malian armed forces which was attacked by the Jihadists. Five Malian gendarmes were killed and other wounded. The Malian army asserts to have four jihadists on his side "neutralized".

with our correspondent in Bamako, Serge Daniel

The place where the attack took place is far from the center and northern Mali, where the Jihadists traditionally operate. The Bamako-Kayes axis is vital for the Malian economy and the merchandise of Mali.

at the UN, Choguel Maïga accuses France to abandon the Mali by removing the Barkhane

 at the UN, Choguel Maïga accuses France to abandon the Mali by removing the Barkhane force © AFP - Kena Betancur The Malian Prime Minister Choguel Maïga at the Tribune of the UN General Assembly in New York On September 25, 2021. at the Tribune of the United Nations General Assembly this Saturday, the Malian Prime Minister of the Transitional Government, Choguel Maïga, did not mince his words: he accused France for abandoning the Mali deciding to remove the Barkhane force. He did not appreciate not having been warned by his "partners" that Paris and the UN.

Analysts believe that jihadists now seem to decide to occupy the West of Mali, to try to save the country economically. In addition to the road to Senegal, large mining companies are installed in this same region.

As for the exact identity of the jihadists who led the attack on the Malian armed forces that ensured the safety of a company's equipment, several security sources point the supporters of the radical preacher Amadou Kouffa from the center of Mali, ally At Iyad AG Ghali which in the North is at the head of the Jihadists who have knotted an alliance with AQIM.

Before the threat of setting up on the national road 1 These armed men, the security forces of Mali decided to strengthen their safe provisions.

Didier François, Ex-hostage in Syria: "The mobilization is fundamental for loved ones" .
© Lucas Barioulet Topshot - People Hold Cupboard with a portrait of French Journalist Olivier Dubois in Paris on June 8, 2021 During in Gathering in His AFTER HE WAS KIDNAPPED IN NORTHERN MALI IN APRIL BY A Jihadist Group with Links to Al-Qaeda, On Social Media Circular On Video. - Olivier Dubois Has WORKED AS A Freelance Journalist in Mali Since 2015, Covering The Country's Jihadist Conflict for French Weekly The Point, As Well As The Left-of-Center Daily Liberation.

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