Sudan : The army and "rapid support" agree to extend the armistice by 72 hours Sudan : The army and "rapid support" agree to extend the armistice by 72 hours

Sudan : The army and "rapid support" agree to extend the armistice by 72 hours

Sudan : The army and "rapid support" agree to extend the armistice by 72 hours  On Thursday evening, the Sudanese army and the Rapid Support Forces announced their agreement to extend the humanitarian truce for an additional 72 hours, based on US-Saudi endeavors.  This came in two separate statements published by the two sides through their Facebook accounts.  In its statement, the army said, "The Armed Forces Command agreed to extend the truce that was proposed for an additional 72 hours, which will take effect from the date of the end of the current truce."  The statement stated that the renewal of the truce came "based on the efforts made by the Saudi and American sides to contribute to calming the situation and extending the truce to create appropriate conditions for the evacuation of residents of various nationalities, and to facilitate the humanitarian aspects for our citizens."   For its part, the "rapid support" thanked the authorities for their "good offices in order to continue the humanitarian truce to open safe humanitarian corridors for citizens and residents of brotherly and friendly countries and to facilitate evacuations, especially the United States and Saudi Arabia."  And she said in her statement: "We announce our agreement to extend the humanitarian truce for an additional 72 hours, starting from 12 pm today, Thursday."  She stated that this comes as "a commitment by the Rapid Support Forces to the principles of international humanitarian law and the Geneva Conventions on the protection of basic human rights in the event of war."  It affirmed its "full commitment to the terms of the humanitarian truce, in appreciation of the conditions our honorable people are going through, and to facilitate the evacuation of diplomatic missions and foreign nationals."  And at midnight on April 24, the Sudanese army and the Rapid Support Forces announced their agreement to a humanitarian truce mediated by the United States and Saudi Arabia, which ends at midnight today, Thursday, with the aim of "opening humanitarian corridors, facilitating the movement of citizens and residents, and evacuating diplomatic missions."  Since April 15, armed clashes have continued in Khartoum and other cities between the Sudanese army, led by Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, and the "rapid support" forces led by Muhammad Hamdan Dagalo "Hamidti", killing 512 people and 4,193 injuries, according to the Sudanese Ministry of Health on Wednesday.  In 2013, the "Quick Support" was formed to support the government forces in their fight against the rebel movements in the Darfur region (west), and then assumed tasks, including combating irregular migration and maintaining security, before the army described it as "rebel" after the outbreak of clashes due to disagreements with the leadership of the military establishment. official.             Shakahola victims identified at Malindi morgue : Kenya  Tears, indignation, but also a touch of concern among his relatives of victims in this Malindi morgue in south-eastern Kenya, who hope to identify the bodies of their family members taken here by the search teams. More than 98 people including children died in what is now known as the Shakahola Massacre.  Bethy Kahindi does not lose hope: I am here looking for my sister and her children. My sister and I were all early church members, but I left when they started initiating us into the cult and asked me to take off my dreadlocks; that's where I left.  Investigators fear finding new victims in the mass graves in the Shakohola forest area where Paul Mackenzie indoctrinated his prey. The victims were not only Kenyans, as Hassan Musa, Regional Director of the Kenya Red Cross, points out, they came from several other countries on the continent.  "We have people from outside this country, we have people from Uganda, we have people from Tanzania, we have people from Nigeria who have actually registered here saying that their family members are actually came to Shakahola for this activity."  In the process, another influential pastor Ezekiel Odero, head of the Prayer Center and New Life Church was arrested on Thursday, accused of the mass murder of his followers. His church was closed. The more than 100 people who were locked in the premises were evacuated according to the Ministry of the Interior.            Mayotte: Comoros limits reception to passengers with papers  Maritime passenger traffic between the Comoros and Mayotte resumed on Thursday after a few days of suspension in retaliation for Operation Wuambushu launched by the French Minister of the Interior.   The director of the port authorities during a press conference at the Mutsamdu port of Anjouan confirmed the resumption of activities in the ports of the Comoros._ We apply only the law and the laws in force, which we have signed with international regulations and national, we never had that" launched Mohamed Said Salim Dahalani._The Comorians in an irregular situation, i.e. the vast majority of undocumented migrants present in the French archipelago in the Indian Ocean, must be sent back to the Comorian island the nearest, Anjouan, only 70 km away.  A standoff has been under way since Monday between the French and Comorian authorities, Moroni having refused the docking of a boat from Mayotte carrying 60 migrants and suspending passenger traffic in the port of Mutsamudu (Anjouan, north- west) where deportees are usually disembarked.  However, a restriction remains, only boats carrying Comorians in a regular situation will be authorized to dock. Moroni refuses to welcome the influx of migrants in protest at the French operation which should allow more than 10,000 people to return to the Comoros, figures revised downwards.  "If government, or politics It doesn't concern us, frankly, and I can't say more about it. But, in our law, in our practice, if a person comes here, without there being an identity, he does not go out, he will return to the boat" he adds.  Criticized for having signed an agreement in 2019 in exchange for a development aid envelope of 150 million euros which in a way recognizes that Mayotte is French, President Azali Assoumali admitted not having the means to stop by force the Wuambushu operation while wishing that it be cancelled. Moreover, this operation is criticized by NGOs who call on France to respect the rights of migrants.  Since Monday, 13 people arrested have passed through the Mayotte administrative detention center and 90 were on Tuesday at the Pamandzi administrative detention center with a capacity of 136 places.

On Thursday evening, the Sudanese army and the Rapid Support Forces announced their agreement to extend the humanitarian truce for an additional 72 hours, based on US-Saudi endeavors.

This came in two separate statements published by the two sides through their Facebook accounts.

In its statement, the army said, "The Armed Forces Command agreed to extend the truce that was proposed for an additional 72 hours, which will take effect from the date of the end of the current truce."

The statement stated that the renewal of the truce came "based on the efforts made by the Saudi and American sides to contribute to calming the situation and extending the truce to create appropriate conditions for the evacuation of residents of various nationalities, and to facilitate the humanitarian aspects for our citizens."


For its part, the "rapid support" thanked the authorities for their "good offices in order to continue the humanitarian truce to open safe humanitarian corridors for citizens and residents of brotherly and friendly countries and to facilitate evacuations, especially the United States and Saudi Arabia."

And she said in her statement: "We announce our agreement to extend the humanitarian truce for an additional 72 hours, starting from 12 pm today, Thursday."

She stated that this comes as "a commitment by the Rapid Support Forces to the principles of international humanitarian law and the Geneva Conventions on the protection of basic human rights in the event of war."

It affirmed its "full commitment to the terms of the humanitarian truce, in appreciation of the conditions our honorable people are going through, and to facilitate the evacuation of diplomatic missions and foreign nationals."

And at midnight on April 24, the Sudanese army and the Rapid Support Forces announced their agreement to a humanitarian truce mediated by the United States and Saudi Arabia, which ends at midnight today, Thursday, with the aim of "opening humanitarian corridors, facilitating the movement of citizens and residents, and evacuating diplomatic missions."

Since April 15, armed clashes have continued in Khartoum and other cities between the Sudanese army, led by Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, and the "rapid support" forces led by Muhammad Hamdan Dagalo "Hamidti", killing 512 people and 4,193 injuries, according to the Sudanese Ministry of Health on Wednesday.

In 2013, the "Quick Support" was formed to support the government forces in their fight against the rebel movements in the Darfur region (west), and then assumed tasks, including combating irregular migration and maintaining security, before the army described it as "rebel" after the outbreak of clashes due to disagreements with the leadership of the military establishment. official.
 

Shakahola victims identified at Malindi morgue : Kenya

Tears, indignation, but also a touch of concern among his relatives of victims in this Malindi morgue in south-eastern Kenya, who hope to identify the bodies of their family members taken here by the search teams. More than 98 people including children died in what is now known as the Shakahola Massacre.

Bethy Kahindi does not lose hope: I am here looking for my sister and her children. My sister and I were all early church members, but I left when they started initiating us into the cult and asked me to take off my dreadlocks; that's where I left.

Investigators fear finding new victims in the mass graves in the Shakohola forest area where Paul Mackenzie indoctrinated his prey. The victims were not only Kenyans, as Hassan Musa, Regional Director of the Kenya Red Cross, points out, they came from several other countries on the continent.

"We have people from outside this country, we have people from Uganda, we have people from Tanzania, we have people from Nigeria who have actually registered here saying that their family members are actually came to Shakahola for this activity."

In the process, another influential pastor Ezekiel Odero, head of the Prayer Center and New Life Church was arrested on Thursday, accused of the mass murder of his followers. His church was closed. The more than 100 people who were locked in the premises were evacuated according to the Ministry of the Interior.


Sudan : The army and "rapid support" agree to extend the armistice by 72 hours  On Thursday evening, the Sudanese army and the Rapid Support Forces announced their agreement to extend the humanitarian truce for an additional 72 hours, based on US-Saudi endeavors.  This came in two separate statements published by the two sides through their Facebook accounts.  In its statement, the army said, "The Armed Forces Command agreed to extend the truce that was proposed for an additional 72 hours, which will take effect from the date of the end of the current truce."  The statement stated that the renewal of the truce came "based on the efforts made by the Saudi and American sides to contribute to calming the situation and extending the truce to create appropriate conditions for the evacuation of residents of various nationalities, and to facilitate the humanitarian aspects for our citizens."   For its part, the "rapid support" thanked the authorities for their "good offices in order to continue the humanitarian truce to open safe humanitarian corridors for citizens and residents of brotherly and friendly countries and to facilitate evacuations, especially the United States and Saudi Arabia."  And she said in her statement: "We announce our agreement to extend the humanitarian truce for an additional 72 hours, starting from 12 pm today, Thursday."  She stated that this comes as "a commitment by the Rapid Support Forces to the principles of international humanitarian law and the Geneva Conventions on the protection of basic human rights in the event of war."  It affirmed its "full commitment to the terms of the humanitarian truce, in appreciation of the conditions our honorable people are going through, and to facilitate the evacuation of diplomatic missions and foreign nationals."  And at midnight on April 24, the Sudanese army and the Rapid Support Forces announced their agreement to a humanitarian truce mediated by the United States and Saudi Arabia, which ends at midnight today, Thursday, with the aim of "opening humanitarian corridors, facilitating the movement of citizens and residents, and evacuating diplomatic missions."  Since April 15, armed clashes have continued in Khartoum and other cities between the Sudanese army, led by Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, and the "rapid support" forces led by Muhammad Hamdan Dagalo "Hamidti", killing 512 people and 4,193 injuries, according to the Sudanese Ministry of Health on Wednesday.  In 2013, the "Quick Support" was formed to support the government forces in their fight against the rebel movements in the Darfur region (west), and then assumed tasks, including combating irregular migration and maintaining security, before the army described it as "rebel" after the outbreak of clashes due to disagreements with the leadership of the military establishment. official.             Shakahola victims identified at Malindi morgue : Kenya  Tears, indignation, but also a touch of concern among his relatives of victims in this Malindi morgue in south-eastern Kenya, who hope to identify the bodies of their family members taken here by the search teams. More than 98 people including children died in what is now known as the Shakahola Massacre.  Bethy Kahindi does not lose hope: I am here looking for my sister and her children. My sister and I were all early church members, but I left when they started initiating us into the cult and asked me to take off my dreadlocks; that's where I left.  Investigators fear finding new victims in the mass graves in the Shakohola forest area where Paul Mackenzie indoctrinated his prey. The victims were not only Kenyans, as Hassan Musa, Regional Director of the Kenya Red Cross, points out, they came from several other countries on the continent.  "We have people from outside this country, we have people from Uganda, we have people from Tanzania, we have people from Nigeria who have actually registered here saying that their family members are actually came to Shakahola for this activity."  In the process, another influential pastor Ezekiel Odero, head of the Prayer Center and New Life Church was arrested on Thursday, accused of the mass murder of his followers. His church was closed. The more than 100 people who were locked in the premises were evacuated according to the Ministry of the Interior.            Mayotte: Comoros limits reception to passengers with papers  Maritime passenger traffic between the Comoros and Mayotte resumed on Thursday after a few days of suspension in retaliation for Operation Wuambushu launched by the French Minister of the Interior.   The director of the port authorities during a press conference at the Mutsamdu port of Anjouan confirmed the resumption of activities in the ports of the Comoros._ We apply only the law and the laws in force, which we have signed with international regulations and national, we never had that" launched Mohamed Said Salim Dahalani._The Comorians in an irregular situation, i.e. the vast majority of undocumented migrants present in the French archipelago in the Indian Ocean, must be sent back to the Comorian island the nearest, Anjouan, only 70 km away.  A standoff has been under way since Monday between the French and Comorian authorities, Moroni having refused the docking of a boat from Mayotte carrying 60 migrants and suspending passenger traffic in the port of Mutsamudu (Anjouan, north- west) where deportees are usually disembarked.  However, a restriction remains, only boats carrying Comorians in a regular situation will be authorized to dock. Moroni refuses to welcome the influx of migrants in protest at the French operation which should allow more than 10,000 people to return to the Comoros, figures revised downwards.  "If government, or politics It doesn't concern us, frankly, and I can't say more about it. But, in our law, in our practice, if a person comes here, without there being an identity, he does not go out, he will return to the boat" he adds.  Criticized for having signed an agreement in 2019 in exchange for a development aid envelope of 150 million euros which in a way recognizes that Mayotte is French, President Azali Assoumali admitted not having the means to stop by force the Wuambushu operation while wishing that it be cancelled. Moreover, this operation is criticized by NGOs who call on France to respect the rights of migrants.  Since Monday, 13 people arrested have passed through the Mayotte administrative detention center and 90 were on Tuesday at the Pamandzi administrative detention center with a capacity of 136 places.

Mayotte: Comoros limits reception to passengers with papers

Maritime passenger traffic between the Comoros and Mayotte resumed on Thursday after a few days of suspension in retaliation for Operation Wuambushu launched by the French Minister of the Interior. 

The director of the port authorities during a press conference at the Mutsamdu port of Anjouan confirmed the resumption of activities in the ports of the Comoros._ We apply only the law and the laws in force, which we have signed with international regulations and national, we never had that" launched Mohamed Said Salim Dahalani._The Comorians in an irregular situation, i.e. the vast majority of undocumented migrants present in the French archipelago in the Indian Ocean, must be sent back to the Comorian island the nearest, Anjouan, only 70 km away.

A standoff has been under way since Monday between the French and Comorian authorities, Moroni having refused the docking of a boat from Mayotte carrying 60 migrants and suspending passenger traffic in the port of Mutsamudu (Anjouan, north- west) where deportees are usually disembarked.

However, a restriction remains, only boats carrying Comorians in a regular situation will be authorized to dock. Moroni refuses to welcome the influx of migrants in protest at the French operation which should allow more than 10,000 people to return to the Comoros, figures revised downwards.

"If government, or politics It doesn't concern us, frankly, and I can't say more about it. But, in our law, in our practice, if a person comes here, without there being an identity, he does not go out, he will return to the boat" he adds.

Criticized for having signed an agreement in 2019 in exchange for a development aid envelope of 150 million euros which in a way recognizes that Mayotte is French, President Azali Assoumali admitted not having the means to stop by force the Wuambushu operation while wishing that it be cancelled. Moreover, this operation is criticized by NGOs who call on France to respect the rights of migrants.

Since Monday, 13 people arrested have passed through the Mayotte administrative detention center and 90 were on Tuesday at the Pamandzi administrative detention center with a capacity of 136 places.

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