African security officials tackle regional threats

Security chiefs from more than 30 African countries have met in Sudan to discuss a range of security threats facing the continent.

    Security chiefs from more than 30 African countries have met in Sudan to discuss a range of security threats facing the continent.

    Discussions focused on how best to tackle threats from armed groups, human traffickers, and cyber-criminals.

    The Committee of Intelligence and Security Services of Africa, CISSA, was established to secure peace and stability in Africa.

    Al Jazeera's Hiba Morgan reports from Khartoum.


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