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11 Killed In New Clashes In Southern Chad

Eleven villagers in southern Chad have been killed by “bandits,” in a region troubled by violence between herders and sedentary farmers, the military said on Thursday. CHANNELS reports.

The attack occurred on Wednesday, coinciding with an announcement by Chad that it had joined with neighbouring Central African Republic (CAR) in an unprecedented crackdown.

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“Armed bandit cattle rustlers attacked the village of Mankade in Laramanaye district, killing 11 villagers and making off with their cattle,” Defence Minister Daoud Yaya Ibrahim told AFP.Information Guide Nigeria

“The security forces pursued them, killing seven bandits and capturing eight others,” he said, adding that the stolen cattle had been recovered.

The incident occurred in the far south of the vast Sahel country, around 60 kilometres (40 miles) from the frontier with CAR.

Laramanaye’s deputy prefect, Djimet Blama Souck, told AFP that 12 villagers, including women and children, had been killed.JAMB Portal

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On May 8, 17 villagers in the region died in a similar attack, which the Chadian army blamed on Chadian “bandits” who had crossed from the CAR.

On Wednesday, the defence minister told AFP that his troops last week had pursued the assailants across the border, and working with the CAR army had killed around a dozen of them.

That operation is now over, he said on Thursday, adding that “dozens of thieves were killed,” and the Chadian forces had returned home with 30 prisoners and 130 stolen cattle.

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The assertion could not be verified independently in this remote area.

In the CAR capital Bangui, an aide to President Faustin Archange Touadera on Thursday confirmed that the two countries had decided on a crackdown.

“Two weeks ago, two delegations from Chadian and CAR military headquarters met” at the border “to set a joint military action in place,” Fidele Gouandjika, a minister and special advisor to Touadera, told AFP.

Touadera and Chadian leader General Mahamat Idriss Deby “took the joint decision to eradicate the bandits on both sides of the border,” he said.NYSC Portal

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