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According to a field source, the Ethiopian soldiers started the provocation, which forced the Sudanese army to respond to this provocation. The fighting took place in the Birkat Noreen area, with Ethiopian soldiers entering Sudanese territory and killing a Sudanese soldier.
The American satellite MAXAR, passing over Libyan territory, revealed that Russia is preparing to violate the UN peace agreement in Libya. Nick Paton Walsh and Sarah El Sirgany are authors in the CNN and disclose this information.
The Nigerian armed forces deployed recently purchased Chinese VT4 tanks. Machines are used against Boko Haram terrorists, learned BulgarianMilitary.com, citing Defence 24.
The Turkish arms industry has exported various types of military equipment to Tunisia with a total value of USD 150 million. Among them, there are several models of armored cars and unmanned aerial vehicles
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has officially revealed that an analysis of photos taken by four anti-tank guided missiles taken in Libya by Israeli intelligence shows that one of them is the Iranian-made Dehlavie system
Since the end of last year, the Russian media claims that one of the first countries to buy Russian Su-57 fighters is Algeria. We reviewed Russian information sources in the last 24 hours and found a lot of talk about ordering 14 Su-57 fighter jets.
A US maneuver with the sale of F-16 aircraft to Morocco helped Russia find a client for the Su-57 fighter. Such data are cited by the African media, learned BulgarianMilitary.com citing PolitRussia.
Egypt will pay approximately 130m euros for nine patrol boats that were built for Saudi Arabia by German shipyard Lursen, learned BulgarianMilitary.com, citing the website boerse.de, which announced the news earlier this month.
The French are unofficially planning to reduce their military presence in the African Sahel later this year. At the same time, Paris is to count on increased military assistance in its activities in the region from the armed forces of European partners
The Turkish Otokar concern has received a contract worth a total of approximately US $ 110 million for the supply of Arma 8 × 8 and Cobra II 4 × 4 wheeled combat vehicles with a training and support package for an undisclosed African state
Russia plans to establish several military bases on the African continent. This was reported by the German edition of Bild with reference to data received at the German Foreign Ministry.
Russia "on a contractual basis guaranteed for itself" the right to establish military bases in six African states - the Central African Republic, Egypt, Eritrea, Madagascar, Mozambique and Sudan, according to a confidential document from the German Foreign Ministry