Sahel: Boat capsizes in Niger’s Goulbi River, kills 11 passengers

[The North Africa Journal - Africa] - 11/07/2019
July 11, 2019 – Eleven people drowned Thursday when their boat capsized on a river in central Niger, the governor of the region told AFP. The accident happened near the town of Maradi, said governor Zakari Oumarou of the Maradi region near the border with Nigeria. “Three or four passengers” of (...)
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