Central African Republic: Three Blue Helmets wounded in the explosion of a mine
© Alexis Huguet A convoy of the MINUSCA crosses a village of Central African Republic, February 3, 2021 Three Bangladish blue helmets were wounded Friday, two seriously, two seriously, By the explosion of a mine at the passage of their vehicle in the northwestern of the Central African Republic, prey to fighting between rebels and the army, said Saturday a statement from the United Nations Mission in Central African Republic (MINUSCA ) For several months, armed groups in the Central African Rep
O NZE Colombian policemen were injured in an explosive attack on their truck in the city of Cali (South-West), a announced on Saturday President Ivan Duque.
The attack, which has strongly damaged the vehicle, did not make any wounded among civilians.
"We condemn this coward terrorist attack against members of the anti-riot mobile brigade", in the district of Puerto Rellena in Cali, reacted Ivan Duque on Twitter .
"We compassionate with the injured soldiers in this attack, including 3 seriously," added President Conservative President without filing the alleged author of the attack.
It was an attack "at the explosive", said the AFP the Cali Security Assistant, Jimmy Dranguet.
Near the Pacific Littoral, Cali, the third city of
Colombia with 2.2 million inhabitants, is one of the most violent of Latin America, gangrenne by Narco-Trafic, on the background of poverty and unemployment Massifs.
The city was also a few months ago the epicenter of a popular lifting against the government in the face of a tax reform project, protest violently repressed.
08/01/2022 10:42:37 - Bogota (AFP) - © 2022 AFP
DRC: a school affected by an army bombardment in Ituri .
© John Wessels / AFP A FARDC soldier in an abandoned church in the territory of Djugu, in Ituri, in the prey of a soaring violence (image of 'drawing). According to AFP, a student has been seriously injured in bombing by two military helicopters in the Petsi country, Iuri. This Northeastern Gold Region of the DRC returned with the violence at the end of 2017.