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Sahel: Improvised Explosive Devices – The technique used by jihadist groups

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Improvised Explosive Devices (IED): the technique used by jihadist groups in the Sahel to assassinate security forces. January has seen the highest number of IED attacks on Malian Armed Forces and international forces since 2018 Over the past three months, jihadist groups in the Sahel, especially those belonging to the JNIM network, linked to Al-Qaeda and the Islamic State of the Greater Sahara group, have carried out a dozen improvised explosive device (IED) attacks in Mali, Niger and Burkina Faso, injuring and killing at least twenty soldiers belonging to international missions and security forces of the states in the region….

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