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One year after Peace Agreement Mali remains unstable
EastOnline.eu

One year after Peace Agreement Mali remains unstable

MNLA fighters patrolling in Djebok area, 50 km east of Mali's northern region of Gao. Katarina Höije/IRIN Rebel Tuareg alliance Coalition of Azawad Movements (CMA) on June 20 2015 recognize Mali peace agreement, negotiated one month before in ... EastOnline.eu, 1 day ago
Mali marks first anniversary of peace agreement ChannelAfrica.co.za, 5 days ago

World Report 2015: Mali

While the political situation in Mali stabilized in 2014, persistent attacks by numerous pro and anti-government armed groups in the north led to a marked deterioration in security in Gao, Kidal, and Timbuktu regions, where the 2013 French-led ...
 Human Rights Watch4 days ago

As Threats Mount, Can Mauritania's Fragile Stability Hold?

Against a broader backdrop of regional turmoil, Mauritania has remained surprisingly, if delicately stable. This feat is especially noteworthy given that just a few years ago the country was considered at significant risk of destabilization. Its ...
 Carnegie Endowment6 days ago

MALI: Sliding From Troublesome To Terrible

: Because Mali has become the most dangerous UN peacekeeping mission the UN is trying to get member states to provide another 2,500 troops to expand the UN force there. The Mali government also wants the UN to allow peacekeepers to be more forceful ...
 Strategy Page6 days ago Peacekeeping in Mali: The U.N.'s Most Dangerous Mission  MSNBC Newsweek2 weeks ago Peacekeeping in Mali: The UN's most dangerous mission  MSN UK1 week ago Deadly attacks target UN peacekeepers in Mali's Gao  AfricaNewsCircle.com3 weeks ago

A country on a knife-edge...

Fighting in the north of the country continues, but Mali's problems are many and its neighbours look on with interest. READ MORE: ICC: the demolition of Timbuktu's cultural sites is war-crime Three years on from the outbreak of one of the most ...
 EastOnline.eu1 month ago

2016 05-17 ctp update and assessment

Upcoming SlideShare Loading in … 5 1. AEIS CRITICAL THREATS PROJECT UPDATE AND ASSESSMENT May 17, 2016 2. TOP THREE TAKEAWAYS 2 1 2 1. The operational tempo of U.S.-supported Somali special operations forces raids against al Shabaab ...
 SlideShare.net1 month ago

Algeria beefs up border security

From the viewpoint of Algiers, it seems that some very threatening clouds are gathering, once again, around the country's frontiers. Algerian leaders have become increasingly concerned about the growing chaos in Libya and the spillover of violence ...
 Trendsmena.com1 month ago
Broadway World

BWW Review--They Will Have to Kill Us First: Malian Music in Exile

A vivid, intimate and at times graphic tale, They Will Have To Kill Us First... is in the larger picture a history lesson of Mali, and the conflicts that plunged the nation into civil war. Featured at SxSW in March, the story is told through the ...
 Broadway World1 month ago
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