Eid sheep trade threatened by Sahel’s conflict • FRANCE 24 English

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    In Niger and Mali, many #sheep traders and buyers lament the impact of the brutal jihadist conflict in the #Sahel region on the Islamic festival of #Eidal-Adha, called Tabaski in parts of West Africa and during which worshippers sacrifice a sheep and consume it with friends and family: marketable animals are hard to come by this year and prices have soared.

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