Police arrest 38 after farmers, herders clash kills 38

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Niger has arrested 38 suspects over the deaths of 18 people who were killed in clashes between cattle herders and farmers, a police source said on Wednesday. The clashes near Bangui, a community in the western Tahoua region, were sparked on Tuesday morning after a herd of cattle wandered into a farmer’s field and damaged […]

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