US counterterrorism forces preparing for a possible pullout from Niger - looking for other basing options in the region nnBut top general cautions, “Right now, we're not going anywhere" adding a final decision is "weeks away"
ECOWAS official says the intervention force for Niger is "ready when the order is given"
ECOWAS: Any military intervention in Niger will be "short-term" to ensure the restoration of constitutional order
Military reinforcements from Niger's forces on the borders with Nigeria and Benin
UN Commissioner for Human Rights: We call on the generals in Niger to restore constitutional order immediately
ECOWAS: We are still giving diplomacy a chance in Niger, but all options are on the table
ECOWAS Commissioner: Our forces are ready to respond to the situation in Niger if other means fail
17 soldiers from Niger army killed in attack near Mali: defence ministry
Mali's coup leader and Putin had a phone call, discussed situation in Niger
Nigerian Minister of Defense: Our army will not take part in any actions aimed at sabotaging democracy in Nigeria
Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee in the French Senate: We support the decisions of "ECOWAS" regarding Niger
Niger News Agency: The leader of the military council held today the first meeting with the new government
Director of the International Organization for Migration Mission in Nigeria: We are ready for any scenario of asylum from Niger, as happened in Sudan
Director of the International Organization for Migration Mission in Nigeria: All Niger's borders are closed
Ivorian President: "ECOWAS" decides to start its military intervention in Niger "as soon as possible"
The Biden administration is seeking $200 million to counter the activities of the Russian Wagner Group and others in African countries
The President of ECOWAS has Ordered the Deployment of the ECOWAS-Standby Force to restore Constitutional Order in the Republic of Niger
Governor of Darfur: The joint forces are now securing more than a thousand kilometers from the White Nile to Darfur
Negotiation with the military government in Niger must be the "foundation of our approach", Nigerian President Bola Tinubu said on Thursday in Abuja at the opening of a new ECOWAS summit on Niger.
President Bazoum is represented by the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Niger at the ECOWAS Summit (Abuja, Nigeria)
2nd Extra-Ordinary Summit on the Socio-Political Situation in the Republic of Niger. Chairman of ECOWAS Authority of Heads of States and Government, President Bola Ahmed Tinubu of Nigeria arrives at the Summit
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The Niger military junta announces the formation of the transitional government. The new government will be made up of 21 ministries, six of them (Defense, Interior, Health, Transportation, Youth and Water Resources) in the hands of military officers.
The military council in Niger meets envoys of the President of Nigeria and the President of "ECOWAS"
The US State Department: We are very concerned about the safety of the Nigerien President, who is detained by the Military Council
France: We have written authorization for the movement of aircraft that carried out missions today in Niger
The French Foreign Ministry: There was no attack on any camp in Niger, and the French forces did not release any militants
French Foreign Ministry: Our forces in Niger are there at the request of the supreme legitimate authority
Islamic State in the Greater Sahel (ISGS) has published images of the execution of "two Wagner spies in Anderamboukane", in the Menaka region
Military Council in Niger: A French plane violated the airspace of Niger today
The CNSP (Niger putschists) has now announced in a press release that the alert level of the armed forces has been raised.nnThis decision follows a terrorist attack on a guard post, and the CNSP is now accusing France of having released militants in the region. (Similar speeches by the juntas of Mali and Burkina Faso). The junta also accuses the French army of having sent an A400M from Chad to Niger, cutting off all communications as it entered the country's airspace (Niger's airspace had previously been closed)
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