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Alhousseini Alhadji

Timbuktu, Mali
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About Alhousseini
Alhousseini Alhadji is a journalist, director of Jamana radio in Timbuktu, also regional coordinator of URTEL. He entered this radio station since 2003 just after graduating from his DEF with the children's show he hosted and continues to host today.
Since 2005 when he did his first training in Bamako as a media man, he has been increasing his training to perform in this profession he loves so much.
He entered the blogger class in 2011. He benefited from 2 stages of training as part of blogging in Ouagadougou in 2011 and 2012 in Abidjan.
Alouss, as some people call him, is also a professor of philosophy from ENSUP. Alouss has worked with several media outlets as a correspondent.
He joined Radio Jamana as a young host, the radio was only 3 years old. Today the radio turned 19.
He is now editor for the benbere.org site, VOA correspondent in Timbuktu. He is also editor-in-chief of the "SYSTEME DM" project.
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Jihadist attackers have a new target in Mali: telecom towers

11 Apr 2024  |  restofworld.org
Armed groups in Mali, including jihadists, have begun targeting telecommunications infrastructure, severely disrupting services and affecting civilian life. The attacks on cell towers and fiber-optic installations by Orange and Moov Africa have left many areas without internet, phone, and money transfer services. The Islamic State and the Al Qaeda-affiliated Jama'at Nasr al-Islam wal Muslimin are believed to be behind these attacks, which have strategic military implications and put financial pressure on the government. The Malian military faces challenges in defending the widespread towers, and the economic damage from service blackouts has been severe, impacting commerce and creating a sense of fear among the population.

Mali in meltdown as militants advance and U.N. withdraws

03 Oct 2023  |  marketscreener.com
Mali is facing a severe crisis as al Qaeda affiliated militants, Tuareg rebels, and Islamic State-allied insurgents intensify their offensives following the United Nations' decision to wind down its peacekeeping mission. The violence has escalated, raising concerns of a potential civil war and contributing to regional instability in the Sahel. Mali's military junta has rejected U.N. and French support, instead relying on Russia's Wagner Group, which has been accused of civilian attacks. The conflict has resulted in a significant increase in deaths and has led to sieges, blockades, and a spike in essential goods prices, severely impacting the lives of civilians.

Mali in meltdown as militants advance and U.N. withdraws

03 Oct 2023  |  srnnews.com
Islamist militants in Mali have intensified their insurgency, blockading Timbuktu and launching attacks that have killed civilians, including children. The United Nations has been winding down its peacekeeping mission, and Mali's junta has rejected support from U.N. and French forces, leading to increased violence and instability across the Sahel region. The military coups in Mali have led to severed ties with France and the expulsion of its troops and U.N. forces. The Russian Wagner Group's mercenaries have been unable to effectively replace the departing forces and are accused of civilian attacks. The conflict has escalated, with over 650 deaths following the U.N. withdrawal, and there are concerns of a potential civil war. The situation has worsened in Timbuktu, with essential supplies being blocked, prices soaring, and residents living in fear of attacks.

Mali in meltdown as militants advance and U.N. withdraws

03 Oct 2023  |  wifc.com
Islamist militants in Mali have intensified their insurgency, blockading Timbuktu and launching attacks that have killed civilians, including children. The United Nations has been withdrawing its peacekeeping mission, leaving a security vacuum that the Mali junta, now allied with Russian mercenaries from the Wagner Group, has been unable to fill. The violence has escalated since the UN pullout, with a significant increase in deaths. Mali's situation is compared to the crisis in 2012, with fears of a potential civil war. The conflict has broader implications for the stability of the West African Sahel region.

Mali in meltdown as militants advance and U.N. withdraws

03 Oct 2023  |  wkzo.com
Islamist militants in Mali have intensified their insurgency, blockading Timbuktu and launching attacks that have killed civilians, including children. The United Nations is withdrawing its peacekeeping mission, leaving a security vacuum that the Russian Wagner Group has been unable to fill. Mali's military junta has severed ties with France and is facing a resurgence of violence from al Qaeda affiliated militants and Tuareg rebels. The conflict has escalated rapidly, raising fears of a civil war and contributing to instability across the Sahel region. Over 650 people have died in the conflict since the U.N. pullout, and the situation in Mali is compared to the crisis in 2012 when jihadists captured Timbuktu and threatened the capital, Bamako.

Mali in meltdown as militants advance and U.N. withdraws

03 Oct 2023  |  wtaq.com
Islamist militants in Mali have intensified their insurgency, blockading Timbuktu and launching attacks that have killed civilians, including two children. The United Nations is withdrawing its peacekeeping mission, leaving a security vacuum that neither the Malian military nor Russian mercenaries from the Wagner Group have been able to address effectively. The violence has escalated since the UN's departure, with a significant increase in conflict-related deaths. Mali's junta, having ousted French and UN forces, faces a resurgence of jihadist and ethnic rebel violence, raising fears of civil war and regional instability in the Sahel.

Mali in meltdown as militants advance and U.N. withdraws

03 Oct 2023  |  wibqam.com
Islamist militants in Mali have intensified their insurgency, blockading Timbuktu and launching attacks that have killed civilians, including children. The United Nations has been winding down its peacekeeping mission, and Mali's junta has rejected support from U.N. and French forces, leading to increased violence and instability across the Sahel region. The withdrawal of international forces has left a security vacuum that neither domestic armies nor Russian mercenaries from the Wagner Group have been able to fill. The conflict has escalated, with over 650 deaths reported in the two months following the U.N. pullout, and there are concerns of a potential civil war.

Mali in meltdown as militants advance and U.N. withdraws

03 Oct 2023  |  941theduke.com
Islamist militants in Mali have intensified their insurgency, blockading Timbuktu and launching attacks that have killed civilians, including two children at a hospital. The United Nations has been winding down its peacekeeping mission, and Mali's junta has rejected support from U.N. and French forces, leading to increased violence and instability across the Sahel region. The Russian Wagner Group's mercenaries have not effectively filled the security void. The conflict has escalated, with over 650 deaths in the two months following the U.N. withdrawal, and there are concerns of a potential civil war. Ethnic Tuareg rebels and al Qaeda-affiliated groups have increased their offensive, exploiting the lack of Malian troops and mobility. Timbuktu is under siege, with essential supplies blocked and prices soaring, while survivors of a recent attack on a passenger boat struggle with the aftermath.

Mali in meltdown as militants advance and U.N. withdraws

03 Oct 2023  |  duke.fm
Islamist militants in Mali have intensified their insurgency, blockading Timbuktu and launching attacks that have killed civilians, including children. The United Nations has been winding down its peacekeeping mission, and Mali's junta has rejected support from U.N. and French forces, leading to increased violence and instability across the Sahel region. The withdrawal of international forces and the rise in conflict-related deaths raise concerns of a potential civil war. Mali's military rulers have severed ties with France and expelled its troops, while Russia's Wagner Group has been unable to effectively replace them and is accused of civilian attacks. The situation has deteriorated, with prices for essentials soaring and residents living in fear of attacks.

Mali in meltdown as militants advance and U.N. withdraws

03 Oct 2023  |  985theriver.com
Islamist militants in Mali have intensified their insurgency, blockading Timbuktu and launching attacks that have killed civilians, including children. The United Nations has been winding down its peacekeeping mission, and Mali's junta has rejected support from U.N. and French forces, leading to increased violence and instability in the region. The withdrawal of international forces has coincided with a rise in conflict-related deaths, and the presence of Russian mercenaries has not effectively countered the militants. The situation is compared to the 2012 crisis, with fears of escalating into civil war. The conflict has disrupted local economies, with prices for essentials soaring and residents living in fear of attacks.

Mali in meltdown as militants advance and U.N. withdraws

03 Oct 2023  |  kwsn.com
Islamist militants in Mali have intensified their insurgency, blockading Timbuktu and launching attacks that have killed civilians, including two children at a hospital. The United Nations is withdrawing its peacekeeping mission, and Mali's junta has rejected support from U.N. and French forces, instead relying on Russia's Wagner Group mercenaries. The violence has escalated since the U.N. pullout, with a significant increase in deaths. Mali's situation is compared to the 2012 crisis, with fears of civil war. The conflict has spread across the Sahel, with coups in Burkina Faso and Niger adding to regional instability. Domestic armies are now facing the insurgents alone, with Mali's army clashing with the Tuareg CMA and al Qaeda-affiliated JNIM. The blockade of Timbuktu has caused shortages and price hikes, while a JNIM attack on a boat killed over 100 people, leaving survivors traumatized.

Mali in meltdown as militants advance and U.N. withdraws

03 Oct 2023  |  www.933thedrive.com
Islamist militants in Mali have intensified their insurgency, blockading Timbuktu and launching attacks that have killed civilians, including two children at a hospital. The United Nations is withdrawing its peacekeeping mission, leaving a security vacuum that the Russian Wagner Group has been unable to fill. Mali's military junta has distanced itself from U.N. and French support, exacerbating the violence and raising the risk of civil war. The conflict has resulted in a significant increase in deaths and has heightened instability across the Sahel region.

Mali in meltdown as militants advance and U.N. withdraws

03 Oct 2023  |  104.5 & 96.1 The Point
Islamist militants in Mali have intensified their insurgency, blockading Timbuktu and launching attacks that have killed civilians, including children. The United Nations has been winding down its peacekeeping mission, and Mali's junta has rejected support from U.N. and French forces, instead relying on Russia's Wagner Group mercenaries. The violence has escalated since the U.N. pullout, with a significant increase in conflict-related deaths. Mali's situation is compared to the 2012 crisis, with fears of civil war. The conflict has also resumed between the army and Tuareg rebels, while Islamic State-allied insurgents continue attacks. The instability threatens to exacerbate the situation in the Sahel region.

Mali in meltdown as militants advance and U.N. withdraws

03 Oct 2023  |  Q106 Rock On! | WJXQ | Jackson, Battle Creek & Lansing
Islamist militants in Mali have blockaded Timbuktu, cutting off road, river, and air access, and launched attacks that have killed civilians. The situation has deteriorated since the U.N. began withdrawing its peacekeeping mission in July, with increased violence from al Qaeda-affiliated militants and Islamic State-allied insurgents. Mali's military junta, which has severed ties with France and expelled U.N. forces, is struggling to contain the insurgency. The Wagner Group's mercenaries have failed to fill the security gap, and the violence is exacerbating instability in the Sahel region. The Coordination of Azawad Movements (CMA) has resumed fighting with the Malian army, further complicating the situation. The blockade of Timbuktu has led to shortages and rising prices, severely impacting residents.

Mali in meltdown as militants advance and U.N. withdraws

03 Oct 2023  |  1470 & 100.3 WMBD
Islamist militants in Mali have blockaded Timbuktu, cutting off road, river, and air access, and launched attacks that have killed civilians. The situation has deteriorated since the United Nations began withdrawing its peacekeeping mission in July, with increased violence from al Qaeda-affiliated militants, Tuareg rebels, and Islamic State-allied insurgents. Mali's military junta, which has severed ties with France and expelled U.N. forces, is struggling to contain the violence. The Wagner Group's mercenaries have failed to stabilize the region, leading to a significant rise in conflict-related deaths. The blockade has caused severe shortages and price hikes in Timbuktu, exacerbating the humanitarian crisis.

Mali in meltdown as militants advance and U.N. withdraws

03 Oct 2023  |  whbl.com
Islamist militants in Mali have blockaded Timbuktu, cutting off road, river, and air access, and launched a series of attacks, including a bombing that killed two children. The situation has deteriorated since the U.N. began withdrawing its peacekeeping mission in July, with al Qaeda-affiliated militants and Tuareg rebels escalating their offensives. Mali's military junta, which has severed ties with France and expelled U.N. forces, is struggling to maintain control, leading to increased violence and instability in the region. The Wagner Group's mercenaries have failed to fill the security gap, and the conflict has resulted in over 650 deaths in two months. The blockade has led to shortages and price hikes in Timbuktu, exacerbating the humanitarian crisis.

Mali in meltdown as militants advance and U.N. withdraws

03 Oct 2023  |  wtvbam.com
Islamist militants in Mali have blockaded Timbuktu, cutting off road, river, and air access, and launched attacks that have killed civilians and disrupted daily life. The situation has deteriorated since the U.N. began withdrawing its peacekeeping mission in July, with increased violence from al Qaeda-affiliated militants and resumed fighting between the army and Tuareg rebels. The junta-led government, which has severed ties with France and expelled U.N. forces, is struggling to maintain control. The Wagner Group's mercenaries have failed to stabilize the region, leading to a significant rise in casualties. The conflict is escalating, with experts warning of a potential civil war, and the blockade of Timbuktu has led to shortages and rising prices for essential goods.

Mali in meltdown as militants advance and U.N. withdraws

03 Oct 2023  |  katcountry989.com
Islamist militants in Mali have blockaded Timbuktu, cutting off road, river, and air access, leading to bombings and civilian casualties. The situation has deteriorated since the U.N. began withdrawing its peacekeeping mission in July, with increased violence from al Qaeda-affiliated militants and resumed fighting between the army and Tuareg rebels. Mali's junta, having severed ties with France and expelled U.N. forces, is struggling to maintain control, with the Wagner Group's mercenaries failing to fill the security gap. The conflict has led to significant civilian suffering, with rising food prices and disrupted trade in Timbuktu.

Mali in meltdown as militants advance and U.N. withdraws

03 Oct 2023  |  93-5 The Lloyd | Real Country | Evansville, IN
Islamist militants in Mali have blockaded Timbuktu, cutting off road, river, and air access, and launched attacks that have killed civilians. The situation has deteriorated since the U.N. began withdrawing its peacekeeping mission in July, with al Qaeda-affiliated militants and Tuareg rebels escalating their offensives. Mali's military junta, which has severed ties with France and expelled U.N. forces, is struggling to contain the violence. The conflict has led to significant casualties and displacement, exacerbating instability in the Sahel region. The Wagner Group's involvement has not mitigated the crisis, and the risk of civil war looms as the country faces severe shortages and rising prices due to the blockade.

Mali in meltdown as militants advance and U.N. withdraws

03 Oct 2023  |  kfgo.com
Islamist militants in Mali have blockaded Timbuktu, cutting off road, river, and air access, and launched a series of attacks, including a bombing that killed two children. The situation has deteriorated since the U.N. began withdrawing its peacekeeping mission in July, with al Qaeda-affiliated militants and Tuareg rebels resuming hostilities. Mali's military junta, which has severed ties with France and expelled U.N. forces, is struggling to maintain control, and the violence is exacerbating instability across West Africa. The Wagner Group's mercenaries have failed to fill the security gap, and the conflict has resulted in over 650 deaths in two months. The blockade has led to shortages and price hikes in Timbuktu, with residents facing severe hardships.

This Barkhane aircraft did not drop 'gaseous substance' on Timbuktu

12 Jun 2020  |  Benbere
Images of an aircraft over Timbuktu releasing what appeared to be flames went viral, sparking rumors of a 'gaseous substance' being dropped on the city. Initially attributed to the United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in Mali (MINUSMA), it was later confirmed that the plane belonged to the French Operation Barkhane and was not releasing toxic gas but was engaged in aerial dropping of men and materials. The aircraft, coming from Niger, was using flares as a defensive measure against potential threats. Misinformation was amplified by the unusual sight and time of the operation, but was clarified by officials.
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