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Note that previously, the President visited Nasarawa State and that very day of his visit, Fulani herdsmen attacked and killed many people in the state.
In late October 2016, Nigerian Defense Ministry spokesman Brigadier General Rabe Abubakar declared Boko Haram "100% defeated" and announced the launch of "Operation Accord," a military campaign to "take care of the nuisance of the Fulani herdsmen once and for all.
Thousands of people from the roaming Fulani ethnic group are reported to have fled south this year, running up against Christian crop farmers, who accuse the Muslim herdsmen of violence against villagers.
A group of armed herdsmen Sunday has attacked some farmers in Kutum locality, some 100 kilometres west of El Fasher the capital of North Darfur.
Families of pigs were taught their own call so that the herdsmen, by blowing their call, could divide up the family groups to take them home at the end of a day, a task which would otherwise be impossible:
herdsmen, dpa cited local authorities as saying Tuesday.
We used a structured questionnaire, administered by interview, to determine whether herdsmen had seen FMD in their herds in the previous 1 and 2 years (5,16).
New Delhi, July 28 ( ANI ): Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh confirmed here on Monday that those Chinese herdsmen who had entered the Indian territory in Ladakh last week have withdrawn from the position.
AS some 5,200 Kenyans wait to get paid by Britain for colonial-era acts of torture, herdsmen from Kenya's Samburu and Maasai tribes who once benefited from similar payments have some advice: Don't squander the money like we did.
Gunmen suspected to be Fulani herdsmen struck Zangang Village in Kaduna State.
THE Dairy Development Centre has arranged two "collaborative ventures" seminars aimed both at herdsmen and landowners.
The home of sand-buried cities, painted cave shrines, rare animals, and wonderfully preserved mummies of a distinctive European appearance, the wilderness of Xinjiang in northwest China is marked by a savage landscape and volatile climate where the Uighurs still farm tranquil oases that ring the world's second largest sand desert (Taklamakan) and the native herdsmen sill roam the wild mountains.
Their enemies are backed by Arab herdsmen who want to take over their land for grazing.
The herdsmen are so sensitive to the animal's health that they can gauge its condition by putting their ears to its stomach and listening.
The songs of these conventional/convened herdsmen must then be recast not merely as spontaneous, superficial retreats into the idyllic, but as conscious, active voicings and re-voicings "conceived as dealing with, not avoiding .