Thursday, September 19, 2019
The Democratic Republic of Congo’s army said it killed the military commander of a Rwandan rebel group whom the International Criminal Court suspected of war crimes.
Sylvestre Mudacumura of the Democratic Forces for the Liberation of Rwanda was killed around 5 a.m. when his camp was attacked by government forces in eastern Congo, regional army spokesman Richard Kasonga said by phone Wednesday.
Wednesday, September 18, 2019
Officials at Afghanistan’s Ministry of Interior (MoI) confirmed that the explosion near Massoud Square on Tuesday was caused by a suicide attacker, and that it detonated close to one of the Ministry of Defense’s buildings in Police District 9 (PD9) in the city of Kabul.
According to a Ministry of Interior statement, at least 22 civilians were killed and 38 others were wounded in the blast, including women and children.
Tuesday, September 17, 2019
A shoot-out on a disputed section of the border between Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan in the Ferghana Valley has left at least one border guard dead and 19 other people wounded, officials from both countries say.
Both sides blamed each other for starting the September 16 shooting in Kyrgyzstan’s Leylek district and the Bobojon Ghafurov district of Tajikistan.
Monday, September 16, 2019
Egyptian police forces killed a terrorist group during a shootout in the country’s restive North Sinai Province, Egyptian Ministry of Interior announced Sunday.
Three officers and one policeman were also injured in the exchange of fire, the ministry said in a statement.
Sunday, September 15, 2019
Yemeni security officials say shelling by Houthi rebels has killed at least 13 civilians including women and children in the provinces of Hodeida and Taiz.
The officials said Saturday the attacks killed at least 11 people, including six from one family, south of the Red Sea city of Hodeida in the past 24 hours.