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A map section of Tillabéri in Southern Niger that has been characterized with attacks by jihadists. / Public domain

Priest in Niger Recounts Threat as Jihadists Wage Psychological Warfare against Civilians

Civilians in Niger are living in fear owing to threats by militants who are said to have launched a psychological warfare in the west African country, a Catholic Priest in the country has recounted.

Bishop Andrew Nkea Fuanya of Mamfe Diocese, Cameroon /

Rebuilding of Civilian-Military Trust Can End Cameroon Anglophone Crisis: Bishop

As Cameroon strives to find solutions to end the protracted Anglophone crisis, a Bishop in the central African nation has raised concerns about the seeming mistrust between civilians and the military and encouraged the re-establishment of trust as a recipe for lasting peace.