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Tourists attacked, kidnapped in Mauritania

Mauiritania Attack Tourists attacked, kidnapped in Mauritania

NOUAKCHOTT — Three Spanish tourists were kidnapped on Sunday in northwestern Mauritania on the road linking the capital Nouakchott to the city of Nouadhibou, a Spanish diplomatic source ...

Terrorism kills off tourism in Mauritania

Mauritania Terrorism kills off tourism in Mauritania

AFP

NOUAKCHOTT — The Saharan sand dunes are more barren than ever in Mauritania as tourists have deserted this North African desert nation following attacks blamed on Al-Qaeda last year.

Mauritania's tourism fails to rebound following attacks

Mauritania Mauritania's tourism fails to rebound following attacks

Mauritania's tourism sector has failed to rebound since a string of attacks by suspected extremist Islamic militants began last year.

Tourism industry suffers financial fallout after spate of attacks

Mauritania Tourism industry suffers financial fallout after spate of attacks

Mauritania is facing financial fallout in the wake of three terrorist-related attacks between December and February, with the cancellation of the Paris-Dakar Rally, investors turning away, and the ...

9 arrested in Mauritania in deaths of French tourists

Mauritania 9 arrested in Mauritania in deaths of French tourists

Nine people have been arrested on suspicion of complicity with the men who killed four French tourists last month, Mauritanian officials said Monday.

The nine appeared before Judge Mohamed ...

Suspected Terrorists Flee Mauritania After Allegedly Killing Tourists

Mauritania Suspected Terrorists Flee Mauritania After Allegedly Killing Tourists

(eTN) - Three Mauritanians said to have links to an Algerian terrorist organization called al-Qaida of the Magreb are believed to have fled from Mauritania to neighboring Senegal. They are alleged ...

Mauritania Seeks 3 in Tourist Killings

Mauritania Mauritania Seeks 3 in Tourist Killings

NOUAKCHOTT, Mauritania (eTN) - Mauritanian prosecutors on Tuesday called the brutal slaying of four French tourists a terrorist act and said security forces were hunting three men suspected of ...

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