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    African Countries in Crisis: Violent conflicts and attacks leave citizens stranded, cult graves uncovered, and peace talks begin.

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    Sudan: Nations rush high-risk Sudan evacuation, some foreign citizens hurt

    Sudan has recently been thrust into violent conflict between the army and the Rapid Support Forces (RSF) paramilitary group. This conflict has left thousands of foreign nationals, including diplomats and aid workers, stranded in the country. Countries around the world are currently scrambling to evacuate their citizens from this highly volatile area. Though many have been safely evacuated, some were hurt as they sought to flee the country. The situation in Sudan remains tense and unpredictable.

    Burkina Faso: Northern Burkina Faso attack kills around 60 Civilians

    A horrific attack in northern Burkina Faso has led to the brutal killings of around 60 civilians. The attackers wore the uniforms of the Burkinabe armed forces, making it unclear who is responsible for the attack. This devastating attack highlights the ongoing issues of instability and violence that plague areas of Burkina Faso.

    Kenya: Number of Bodies Exhumed from Suspected Kenyan Cult Graves Jumps to 47

    Police in Kenya have exhumed a shocking number of bodies in suspected Christian cult graves. The number currently stands at 47, but it is feared that more graves will be uncovered. This horrifying discovery has shocked both Kenya and the world, raising concerns about the potential for dangerous cult activity in the country.

    Ethiopia: Ethiopia to Begin Negotiations with OLA Rebel Group

    Despite the violence and instability occurring in many African countries, some are taking positive steps forward. Ethiopia has announced its intent to begin peace negotiations with the Oromo Liberation Army (OLA), with talks beginning this week. These talks are expected to help bring an end to the longstanding conflict between the Ethiopian government and the OLA.

    Burundi: Former Burundian Prime Minister Arrested

    Former Burundian Prime Minister Alain Guillaume has been arrested, according to the country’s Justice Ministry. The reason for the arrest is not yet clear, but it comes as Burundi continues to navigate difficult political waters. This arrest is sure to draw attention from the international community and spark further speculation about the situation in Burundi.

    Mali: At Least Nine Killed in Triple Suicide Bombing in Central Mali

    A tragic attack in Mali has led to the deaths of at least nine people and injuries to over 60 others. This triple suicide bombing marks another devastating blow to a country that has seen escalating violence in recent years. The situation in Mali remains unstable, with civilians and military personnel alike at risk of injury or death.
    African Boulevard News – (2023-04-24)

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