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20 Jun
Hundreds of people belonging to the Amhara ethnic group were killed by rebels in Ethiopia's Oromia region over the weekend, survivors said Monday, but the insurgents denied the claims, blaming government forces for the deaths.
16 Mar
The word ‘rebel’, the other day, made an inroad into the public discourse – though on a positive note. Indeed, in a society literally ruled by general despondency, dissents against the status quo are the gadflies required to...
18 Dec 2021
Ethiopian forces have recaptured several towns from Tigrayan rebels including Kobo and Woldiya in the north, the government announced Saturday
11 Dec 2021
A Congolese-Ugandan military offensive against the deadliest militia in eastern DR Congo has captured 34 rebels, freed hostages and destroyed camps, the two armies said on Saturday.
30 Apr 2021
The army in Chad said Friday it had killed "several hundred" rebels over two days of fighting in the country's west, where President Idriss Deby Itno suffered mortal wounds at the front line this month.
22 May 2016
MEND said it had "resolved to continue to respect the unilateral ceasefire of hostilities... against key economic interests of the Nigerian state".
14 Apr 2015
Sudanese rebels have attacked several polling stations in war-torn South Kordofan state during nationwide elections widely expected to extend President Omar al-Bashir's 25-year rule.
14 Apr 2015
The Saudi-led coalition waging air strikes in Yemen takes its offensive to the diplomatic stage Tuesday, seeking a UN demand that rebels retreat and an arms embargo and sanctions against their leaders.
14 Apr 2015
Hundreds of protesters clashed with riot police in Indian Kashmir on Tuesday after the brother of a rebel leader was killed by government forces.
7 Apr 2015
Eight Iranian border guards have been killed in a clash with Sunni rebels who had infiltrated from neighbouring Pakistan, Iran's official IRNA news agency reported on Tuesday.
6 Apr 2015
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko on Monday raised the idea of holding a referendum on the decentralisation of the country's cities but was swiftly given the cold-shoulder by pro-Russian rebels.
6 Apr 2015
Suspected rebels shot and killed three unarmed police officers Monday after ambushing their vehicle in disputed Indian Kashmir, shortly after a separate incident left another officer critically injured, officials said.

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