Wednesday, June 19, 2013
Mali to sign deal with Tuareg rebels Tuesday: Envoy
Bamako will on Tuesday sign a deal with Tuareg rebels occupying a key northern city that is expected...
Mali President to examine compromise peace deal
International mediators have failed to convince Mali`s President to sign a deal with northern Tuareg...
Mali holds crisis talks with Tuareg rebels
Talks between Malian authorities and armed ethnic Tuareg rebels aimed at resolving the conflict in t...
`Child soldiers continue to be recruited in Mali`
The UN Children`s Fund has reported that an alarming number of children continue to be recruited by ...
Mali rebels agree on new Islamic state based on Sharia
Two rebel groups that seized northern Mali have reportedly agreed to merge and create an independent...
Interim Mali leader promises vote, anti-rebel fight
Former Parliament speaker Dioncounda Traore took over as Mali`s interim President on Thursday.
Mali: Peace Corps leaves; US travel warning issued
The latest travel warning followed the formal resignation of Mali`s President Amadou Toumani Toure.
Algeria cannot accept break-up of Mali: PM
Algerian Prime Minister Ahmed Ouyahia said he is very worried by the situation in Mali.
AU, US reject Mali rebels` independence declaration
Mali`s Tuareg rebels, who have seized control of the country`s distant north, declared independence ...
Mali`s Tuareg rebels declare independence
The MNLA`s executive committee called on the international community immediately to recognize the ...
Qaeda using Mali crisis to expand, France warns
France warned the seizure of northern Mali by a Tuareg-led rebellion was playing into the hands of l...
Sanctions go into effect in post-coup Mali
Mali`s neighbors decided at an emergency summit Monday to impose an embargo, shutting their borders ...
Mali: Islamist group plants flag in Timbuktu
A member of the military says the rebel Ansar Dine group drove in a 10-car convoy and planted their ...
Mali sanction deadline expires, rebels seize north
Mali braced for possible sanctions after its military rulers pledged to start returning power to civ...
Tuareg rebels seize Timbuktu, say Malian `occupation` over
Rebels have said Timbuktu is among the three main regional centres they are targeting in a push to c...
Mali Army abandons Gao after rebel attack
The assault on Gao came a day after the rebels - a loose alliance of separatist nomad Tuaregs and lo...
Mali rebels attack northern town in coup aftermath
A government source in Niger who is talking to both sides of the conflict also confirmed the attack.
Mali coup leader seeks help to stop Tuareg rebels
Arms spilling out of Libya from last year`s conflict have bolstered a northern rebellion in Mali.
ECOWAS threatens to seal off Mali, cut off money
Already the United States, France and the European Union have cut off all but essential humanitarian...
Thousands rally for Mali junta, Toure says free
Regional neighbours said they were prepared to use sanctions and possible military force to dislodge...
UN, African officials tell Mali junta to go
Mutinous low-ranking soldiers seized the presidential palace and Mali`s state television this week.
No countercoup in Mali, says coup leader
Mali`s coup leader wants peace talks with the rebels whose northern rebellion was the trigger that l...
Mali coup puts aid at risk: US
The US stopped short of joining the EU and immediately suspending assistance to Mali in the fight ag...
Looting in Mali after coup, President "safe"
The African Union said it had assurances that Malian President Amadou Toumani Toure was safe.
Where is Mali President?
Late Thursday, the coup leader said President Amadou Toumani Toure was "well and is safe”.
Soldiers loot Mali presidency after ousting leader
The whereabouts of Mali`s 63-year-old President Amadou Toumani Toure could not be confirmed.
Mali junta shuts borders after coup, President safe
Coup leaders in Mali ordered all borders closed after taking over key buildings in Bamako and oustin...
Soldiers mutiny at military base in Mali
Throughout Africa, coups usually begin with the seizing of national television.
Mali says 20 rebels killed, thousands flee
Veteran Tuareg insurgents and men returning from Libya`s war last year are fighting to create an ind...
Gaddafi recruiting hundreds of Tuareg fighters: Mali
Hundreds of young Tuareg from Mali and Niger, including former rebels, are being recruited by emba...
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