Opération Sahel
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35,200 Individuals
Population du ressort du HCR
Base Layer


Réfugiés maliens


Date de mise à jour 30 Apr 2016
Source - UNHCR

Personnes Déplacées au Mali


Date de mise à jour 30 Apr 2016
Source - Gouvernement du Mali, MSAHRN (Rapport DTM)

Réfugiés nigerians


Date de mise à jour 27 May 2016
Source - UNHCR

Personnes Déplacées au Nigeria


Date de mise à jour 09 May 2016



‘330,000 IDPs face epidemic in North-East’
Vangard, 27 May 2016
By Gabriel Ewepu ABUJA—AN international organisation, OXFAM, yesterday, said over 330, 000 Internally Displaced Persons, IDPs, were in danger of epidemic in the North-East region of the country, because of lack of portable water and poor and sanitation. In an assessment report titled “Livelihoo...
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Niger: Deadly attack on Lake Chad refugees and MSF health post in Yebi
MSF, 27 May 2016
At least six people were killed and eight more were severely injured last Thursday in an attack in Yebi, Bosso district, Niger, where thousands of people displaced from the Lake Chad area have settled looking for refuge. According to the Nigerien authorities, the attack was carried out by the group ...
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Nigeria: flambée des prix des produits de première nécessité
RFI, 26 May 2016
La hausse des prix des produits de première nécessité ces derniers jours au Nigeria est la conséquence de plusieurs facteurs, parmi lesquels les violences entre agriculteurs sédentaires et nomades qui se sont exacerbées dans cinq Etats du centre du pays. C’est une période difficile pour ...
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Cameroon teen escapes Boko Haram after raid
US news, 26 May 2016
By EDWIN KINDZEKA MOKI, Associated Press TOUROU, Cameroon (AP) — A 16-year-old girl was kidnapped with her 1-month-old baby by Boko Haram from her home in northern Cameroon 18 months ago, taken to Nigeria, married off to an extremist fighter and then trained to be a suicide bomber. Last week...
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newsweek, 26 May 2016
Two traditional rulers from the northeastern Nigerian state of Borno who had to flee the advances of the radical Islamist group Boko Haram have returned to reclaim their palaces after two years in exile. Celebratory crowds met Emir Abdullahi Mai Muhammadu Askirama in the local government area of ...
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