Algeria security note: Inadequate government response to protests could bring economy to complete halt
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MEA Risk LLC reports that four more Islamic insurgents surrendered to the army in the province of Tamanrasset in Algeria this week in a series of surrenders boosted by the military call for amnesty for those willing to give up the insurgency. The militants who...read more
MEA Risk - May 16, 2018: News and political life in Mozambique over the past fortnight have been largely dominated by the unexpected death of Renamo leader Afonso Dhlakama on 3 May 2018. Dhlakama, one of the two top players in the ongoing peace talks, along with...read more
MEA Risk - May 14, 2018; For the period of 7 to 13 May 2018, there were 53 critical incidents in Nigeria, resulting in 134 deaths and 215 arrests. Incidents related to the Human & Social category and the Criminality category accounted each for 24.53% of the total...read more
MEA Risk LLC is pleased to announce the release of its MEA Risk Heatmaps. The heatmaps are chroropleth maps that leverage the data from Critical Incidents Tracker to provide a clear visual understanding of the risk in countries and regions tracked by MEA Risk...read more
On 19 February, two Algerian soldiers were killed, and a third one was wounded after a roadside bomb was detonated by suspected Islamic insurgents during the passage of a military convoy in El Aich, in Khenchela's Djellal municipality. This was the second such attack...read more
No one seems to know what to do with Libya these days. French President Emmanuel Macron at least had the courage to say that the military intervention in Libya under President Nicolas Sarkozy, was a "serious mistake…It was not the suitable solution, in the sense that...read more
There has been a set back in the Algerian counter-terror offensive, after five soldiers were killed today (14 February) in a bomb explosion in Tebessa, near the Tunisian border. A large-scale sweeping operation was launched after the incident, in an area that appears...read more
Tunisia continues to face several pain points that the government is struggling to contain. On the economic front, new data points confirm the tough start of the year for the country. Its foreign exchange reserves have dropped to 11.8 billion dinars ($4.98 billion)...read more
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