Algeria sent a senior official to the coup-affected Niger to pursue peace disrupted after military intervention threats.
Dozens of prominent African media figures have united to voice their appeal for the preservation of a free and independent press.
Jihadists have killed 12 soldiers in Niger’s southwest in the latest attack since the military overthrew the government in July 2023.
Following the coup, African Union has suspended Niger until civilian rule is restored in the country and would access implication of war.
Niger coup leaders have called for a transition period of three years as back to democracy is unacceptable.
The military in Niger has warned against demonstrations in the country that saw people supporting the coup.
The new military leader of Niger has stated that the power transfer will not last longer than three years.
A delegation from ECOWAS has arrived in Niger to hold discussions with the military officers and the ousted President Mohamed Bazoum.
In a crucial assembly of West African military leaders held in Ghana, a coordinated effort is underway to address the recent coup in Niger.
According to the defence ministry, 17 soldiers from Niger were reportedly killed in an attack near the country’s border with Burkina Faso.
Military leaders from West Africa are scheduled to convene in Ghana to plan a potential intervention to overturn the coup in Niger.
The civilian prime minister appointed by Niger’s military rulers after the recent coup, embarked on an unannounced visit to neighboring Chad.
Niger’s coup leaders recalled their country’s envoy in Abidjan after Ivory Coast’s President Alassane Ouattara’s remarks.
Military chiefs from the ECOWAS are set to gather in Ghana this week for a crucial meeting to discuss potential intervention in Niger.
The head of a prominent activist group that supports the ruling military, Abdoulaye Seydou, had his sentence overturned by the court.
The doctor of Mohamed Bazoum, the President of Niger who was detained after being ousted by his guard last month, has examined him.
On Saturday, religious leaders from Nigeria visited Niger to meet with the military officials who took over the government last month.
ECOWAS, is currently grappling with the complex decision of initiating a military intervention aimed at restoring Niger’s elected president.,
The country’s military regime has announced its intention to prosecute former President Mohamed Bazoum on charges of “high treason.”
Six soldiers from Niger and ten suspected terrorists lost their lives in a harrowing clash on Sunday in the western region of the country.
international pressure mounts for Niger’s detained President Mohamed Bazoum’s immediate release and restoration to power.
ECOWAS will prioritise negotiations with the military leaders who have taken over Niger as the primary strategy to resolve the crisis.
Ahead of a summit concerning the current Sahel crisis, Guinea said that the coup in Niger posed an existential danger to ECOWAS.
The Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) has solidified its role as a pivotal force in the management of regional conflicts.