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View this email in your browser. In Madagascar, Cattle Theft Is Lucrative, Violent and Hard to Address By Chris O. Ògúnmọ́dẹdé Hi, everyone. I’m Chris Ògúnmọ́dẹdé, coming to you from Dakar, Senegal, with some of the latest developments from across the African continent. If you have any comments or feedback, just hit reply or reach out to me on Twitter at @Illustrious_Cee. I’d love to hear from you. At least 32 people were killed and several others injured on July 29 when bandits attacked the village of Ambolotarakely, about 50 miles north of Madagascar’s capital, Antananarivo. According to law enforcement officials, the assailants rounded up […]

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