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EU pledges more than  €400 million for Sahel

The International High Level Conference on the Sahel, co-chaired today by the European Union, the United Nations, the African Union and the G5 Sahel group of countries -Burkina Faso, Chad, Mali, Mauritania, Niger, – has mobilised political support for the Sahel region,  549 mots de plus

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Brussels conference on Sahel

On 23 February 2018, the European Commission is hosting the International High Level Conference on the Sahel in Brussels, with the African Union, the United Nations and the G5 Sahel group of countries, to strengthen international support for the G5 Sahel regions. 237 mots de plus

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French soldiers killed in Mali

« This morning two French soldiers lost their lives, and a third was wounded in Mali. The European Union extends its sincere condolences to the families of the victims and to France. 258 mots de plus

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Two French soldiers killed in Mali attack

REUTERS | Published — Wednesday 21 February 2018

File photo for a soldier of France’s Barkhane mission patrols in central Mali, in the border zone with Burkina Faso and Niger as a joint anti-militant force. 96 mots de plus

EU partnership with G5 Sahel countries

On 23 February 2018, the European Commission is hosting the International High Level Conference on the Sahel in Brussels, with the African Union, the United Nations and the G5 Sahel group of countries, to strengthen international support for the G5 Sahel regions. 486 mots de plus

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#Sahel: EU high level conference

The conference, co-chaired by the European Union, the United Nations, the African Union and the G5 Sahel, will focus on strengthening much-needed international support to Africa’s Sahel countries in the areas of security and development, notably through the G5 Sahel Joint Force. 263 mots de plus

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On Climate Change and Sustainable Practices in the Sahel


FACT: The climate of the world is changing. FACT: The changing climate of the world can be greatly attributed to human activity. FACT: The changing climate of the world is already displaying signs of disastrous long-term repercussions for the human species. 211 mots de plus

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