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‘continuing Deterioration’ Leaves Mali Facing Critical Security Level: Un Expert

Security in Mali has become critical, with unprecedented incidents of communal violence and increasingly more deadly terror attacks, reported a UN human rights expert on Monday, following a 10-day visit to the country.
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France Pays Homage To 13 Soldiers Killed In Mali Air Crash

In its biggest military funeral in decades, France is honoring 13 soldiers killed when their helicopters collided over Mali while on a mission fighting extremists affiliated with the Islamic State group.                     A few...
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Fury Over Charlie Hebdo Cartoons On French Army Deaths

French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo on Sunday defended itself following outrage over cartoons about a deadly military helicopter crash in Mali, the day before a memorial service for the 13 dead soldiers. The magazine, which was itself the target...
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‘operation Barkhane Must Continue, More Cooperation With Malian Forces Needed’ – Ex-mali Pm

Former Malian Prime Minister Moussa Mara, whose visit to Kidal in May 2014 triggered armed clashes with militants, is adamant: neither the Malian government nor the forces of the MINUSMA mission could continue to effectively fight terrorism if...
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The Battle To Get Europe To Return Thousands Of Africa’s Stolen Artifacts Is Getting Complicated

In 1890, the French staged a bloody siege in the Segou royal palace, the capital of the Toucouleur empire that spanned modern day Guinea, Senegal and Mali. This siege and the violent capture of the city of Ouossebougou in 1890 marked the end of the...
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France Mourns Soldiers Killed In Mali

France said Tuesday it is determined to continue fighting terrorism, despite losing 13 of its soldiers during a counterinsurgency operation in Mali. The deaths of the soldiers late Monday represent France's biggest military loss in three decades....
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13 French Soldiers Killed In Helicopter Collision In Mali

Two helicopters collided in midair and killed 13 French soldiers fighting Islamic extremists in Mali, France said Tuesday, in its biggest loss since its mission in West Africa's Sahel region began in 2013. The deaths draw new attention to a worrying...
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13 French Troops Dead After Military Helicopters Collide Over Mali

13 French Troops Dead After Military Helicopters Collide Over Mali A horrifying accident took place Monday night over an Islamic State stronghold in Miami when two French military helicopters collided midair, killing 13...
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Update: All Three Nicholas Sandman Lawsuits Against Liberal Media Move Forward… Wapo, Cnn, Nbc

Federal Judge William Bertelsman reopened the $250 million defamation case filed by Covington Catholic student Nicholas Sandmann against the Washington Post in late October. Sixteen-year-old Covington Catholic student Nicholas Sandmann was smeared...
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Serbian Minister Faces Calls To Resign After Plagiarism Row

BELGRADE, Serbia — Serbia’s finance minister faced calls to resign Thursday after a university said he plagiarized parts of his Ph.D. thesis. Belgrade University, arguably Serbia’s most prestigious place of learning, said in a statement that...
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‘three-country Crisis’ Across Central Sahel Puts Whole Generation At Risk, Warns Un Food Agency

Violent attacks by extremists “almost every day” in the Sahel nations of Mali, Niger and Burkina Faso have displaced nearly one million people and caused emergency levels of malnutrition, UN humanitarians have said.
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At Least 24 Malian Servicemen Killed, 29 Injured In Militant Attack – Military

MOSCOW (Sputnik) – At least 24 servicemen were killed and almost 30 were wounded during a special operation launched by Mali and Niger in the border area, the Malian Armed Forces (FAMa) have announced.
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Jnim Claims Prison Break In Mali

In addition to the prison break, JNIM also claimed two other recent attacks in Mali and Burkina Faso.

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Mo Money Mo Solutions – The African Development Bank’s Ready To Double Investment Across The...

Traders transporting goods in Mali. Thanks to the African Development Bank (AfDB), infrastructure linking African nations has made cross-border transportation of goods easier. Courtesy: Mary Newcombe/ CC by 2.0By Issa Sikiti da SilvaCOTONOU, Benin,...
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Us Adds Mali Jihadist To Global Terrorist List

The United States imposed sanctions Thursday on a senior jihadist leader and preacher from Mali for his membership in Jama'at Nusrat al-Islam wal-Muslimin (JNIM), an al-Qaida affiliate active in the Sahel region of...
Related topics: Terrorism, Al-qaeda, Religion

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Amid Mourning, Malians Press For Action Against Terrorists

As Mali began three days of mourning Monday for 54 people killed in a militant attack last week, locals expressed fear about a surge in violence and some analysts called for stepped-up military intelligence and collaboration.   "We can't stay idle...
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World Digest: Nov. 2, 2019

ISIS claims attack that leaves 54 dead in Mali; Turkey will send Islamic State prisoners to home countries
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Dozens Of Malian Soldiers Killed In Islamic State Attack

Friday's assault marks the Islamic State's deadliest attack in Mali to date.

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Militants Linked With Al-qaeda And Isis Can Still Strike Hard In Mali. Here’s Why.

A deadly attack on a remote military outpost in Mali has highlighted the resilience of Islamist fighters across huge stretches of Africa, even as President Trump boasts the Islamic State has been defeated in Iraq and Syria.
Related topics: Al-qaeda, Isis, Military, Iraq, Syria

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New Explosion Reported In Mali, At Least Two Servicemen Killed

The day before, the Elysee Palace said in a statement that a French soldier was killed that day in the morning in Mali as an explosive device detonated near his armoured vehicle.

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