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Malian cotton farmers are set to produce a bumper crop this year, but Mahamadou Konate is worried, belying the smile he wears as he paces through his field.
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On Monday the military in Burkina Faso announced a take over on live TV, overthrowing President Roch Kabore, while also suspending the Constitution.
A French soldier has died in Mali, the French defence ministry announced on Sunday, with the latest loss coming as Paris wonders whether to stop providing military backup
Mali's former president Ibrahim Boubacar Keita, who led the West African country from 2013 until he was ousted in a coup in 2020, died at the age of 76 in the capital Bamako on Sunday, his family said.
Demonstrations called by the ruling military in Mali against stringent regional sanctions were expected to kick off on Friday
Tunisia's protest over their bizarre Africa Cup of Nations defeat to Mali in which the referee blew the final whistle twice before full-time was thrown out late on Thursday, as it emerged the official in question may have been suffering from heatstroke and dehydration. Mali were leading Wednesday's match 1-0 when Zambian official Janny Sikazwe…
Due to growing calls for French troops to demobilise, France has kept to its promise of suspending military cooperation with Mali. Its troops have already left the military base at Timbuktu
Players, officials and fans at the stadium to watch a Group F match between Mali and Tunisia were treated to a bizarre officiating by Zambia’s Janny Sikazwe, who marred what was otherwise
A West African air-traffic agency has told Mali that a French military plane violated its airspace, a Malian airport official said Wednesday, amid confusion over the consequences
The Africa Cup of Nations match between Mali and Tunisia on Wednesday ended in confusion amid bizarre scenes as the Tunisian team complained that the referee had blown the final whistle too soon.
Mali beat title hopefuls Tunisia 1-0 in a match that was a tale of two penalties on Wednesday as the Africa Cup of Nations moved to Limbe in Cameroon's southwest, a region on edge due to the conflict led by anglophone separatists.
Pressure on Mali's ruling junta increased Tuesday as France and the United States underlined their support for the West African bloc ECOWAS, which has slapped sanctions on the country over delayed elections following two coups.