Events for the week of july 29 to 31, 2022

Events from july 29th to 31st 2022

Find the events that occurred from July 29 to 31, 2022 in West Africa. They concern: Burkina Faso, Mali, Niger.

July 29th to 31st 2022


Carte pour les événements au Mali

Massacre of civilians in Ménaka

This Friday, 29 July, in Menaka, eleven civilians were massacred by ISGS in two nomad camps.

Carte pour les événements au Niger

Gas pipeline construction in Niger

Algeria, Nigeria and Niger have signed a memorandum of understanding to build a gas pipeline across the Sahara desert to Europe. This cross-border project could lead to a deterioration of the security situation for armed groups, who could see their freedom of movement impeded.

Burkina Faso

Hunting for VDP in Sebba

A group of armed individuals went through the homes of the VDPs in Sebba on July 29. Alerted, the local VDPs fought against their aggressor.


Burkina Faso

Artillery fire in OUAHIGOUYA

Artillery fire was heard Saturday evening in OUAHIGOUYA also targeting terrorist positions in the northern region. No reports are available at this time.

Burkina Faso

Two drivers killed in a ferry operation

Two truck drivers were killed during a convoy operation conducted by the Burkinabe army to supply the towns of Bourzanga and Djibo.

Burkina Faso

2 terrorists shot down in Cinkansé

On July 30, 02 terrorist suspects with respectively 1,355,000f and 2,400,000f were shot in Cinkansé near Koulpélogo.


Carte pour les événements au Mali

ISGS steals cattle in the commune of Anouzagrene

In northeastern Mali, on July 31, ISGS elements stole hundreds of head of cattle from Inekar and Assakareye in the commune of Anouzagrene and transported them to Anderamboukane and the borders between Mali and Niger. In Gabero, they stole hundreds of cows.

Burkina Faso

Twenty terrorists killed by artillery fire

On July 31, twenty terrorists were killed by the army in the Bittou area of the Nouaho and Kankanmogré forest zones (Boulgou, Center-East), on the border with Togo, by targeted air and artillery fire.

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