This small town is about 15 kilometers away from Sebay, the capital of Jakarta Province, and was attacked by several armed men from Friday to Saturday night.
On Sunday, June 6, it was announced that the death toll of armed men’s attacks on the village of Solhan in Burkina Faso from Friday to Saturday night has been revised upwards, and 160 people have died. Agence’s local source AFP.
In total, “160 bodies were buried yesterday [samedi] In the three mass graves of local residents (…), Including twenty children”, Said an elected official in the area. Another local source confirmed a report. A previous report from the same source stated that 138 people died on Saturday night. This is the deadliest attack in the country since the beginning of the jihadist violence in 2015.
The small town of Solhan is about 15 kilometers away from Sebba, the capital of Yagha province. It was attacked by armed men at around 2 am local time during the night from Friday to Saturday. Unidentified, the government described these people as terrorists.
The attack took place in the so-called “three borders” area between Burkina Faso, Mali, and Niger. This area is often used by suspected jihadists associated with Al-Qaida and the Islamic State to carry out deadly attacks on civilians and soldiers. the goal.
A national mourning was ordered on Saturday morning, which lasted 72 hours.The victim is “Civilians, regardless of age, were killed by terrorists”, The government said in a statement, adding “Several houses and markets [de Solhan] Was ignited”.