Rebel Conflict in Senegal’s Casamance Region Far From Over


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(Deutsche Welle) Four decades of fighting between separatist rebels from the MFDC (Movement of Democratic Forces of Casamance) and the Senegalese government has left 60,000 displaced people and nearly 5,000 victims — including hundreds of deaths due to landmines.

Charles Ndeeky lost a leg after a land mine exploded in an area of Casamence which had been deemed "safe."

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Published: Friday, January 13, 2023

Last Updated: Thursday, November 2, 2023

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