Wednesday, December 2, 2015
Two senior commanders of armed rebels were killed during the security activities of national security forces.
Interior ministry press office told BNA, Mawllawi Baz Mohammad shadow governor of Taliban for Sancharak district with Mawllawi Qameroddin military in charge of Taliban were killed during the security activities of police forces.
Tuesday, December 1, 2015
On Saturday, at least 7 people were killed and more than 30 were injured in clashes between Puntland state army and forces loyal to Galmudug admnistration in Galkayo city.
Tensions flared on 22nd of November when a militia from Galmudug opened fire on Construction workers at the site of road project in Garsoor neighborhood, an area part of West-Galkayo which is controlled by Puntland.
Galkayo City is the provincial capital of Mudug region. Puntland controls the West, North & east of the city while forces loyal to Galmudug administrations are based in the southern neighborhood of Barahley.
The Iraqi army has sent a military force to Baiji and an Iraqi security source announced Tuesday the main reason for the deployment is a pending military campaign to retake the town of Shargat, which fell to ISIS in June 2014.
“[Shargat] is considered the last ISIS stronghold in Salahadin province,” the unnamed source said.
At least 24 people died on Sunday in battles between a Ugandan rebel group in the Democratic Republic of Congo, and U.N. and local forces. The deaths included seven civilians who were hacked to death in a hospital, the BBC reported.
The fighting took place in Eringeti, a town in northeastern DRC close to the Ugandan border. U.N. General Jean Baillaud said the suspected culprits were members of the Allied Democratic Forces (ADF), also known as ADF-NALU. The group was founded in Uganda in 1996 but has become more active in DRC in recent years after being pushed out of Uganda.
Monday, November 30, 2015
The Shan State Army-North (SSA-N) has rejected an order from the Burma Army to withdraw from positions east of a motorway splicing Mong Nawng, Mong Hsu and Kyethi townships in central Shan State, with the group now bunkering down to defend itself against further attacks.
Government troops had given the Shan armed group five days to comply with the order or risk further fighting. The deadline passed on Sunday.