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27 Jul 2016
Malian special forces arrested a senior figure from the Ansar Dine jihadist group on Tuesday close to a central military base where he is accused of planning an attack that killed 17 soldiers.
21 Jul 2016
Mali announced Thursday it had opened an investigation into the deaths of 17 soldiers killed in an attack on their base in the centre of the country, as separate violence flared in the north.
21 Jul 2016
The Malian government on Thursday declared a state of emergency, a day after an attack in the centre of the country left 17 soldiers dead and 35 wounded.
13 Jul 2016
Three demonstrators were killed in northern Mali on Tuesday, a medical source said, in a protest centred on a contentious peace accord that Mali has been struggling to enact.
26 Jun 2016
At least 14 people were killed and more than 40 injured in clashes over land between residents of two central Malian villages, a regional official told AFP Sunday.
7 Jun 2016
Nwosu, a veteran of many of such qualifiers, told The Guardian yesterday that the Eagles still need more competitive games to enable the coaches discover and correct the lapses in the team.
30 May 2016
Fresh from their 1-0 defeat of Mali in an international friendly in Rouen, France, on Friday, the Super Eagles have arrived in Luxembourg to prepare for their last game in the two-game tour of Europe.
28 May 2016
Manchester City striker Kelechi Iheanacho on Friday opened his senior international goalscoring account in just his third appearance to give the Super Eagles a 1-0 win over Mali.
27 May 2016
Yusuf, who assumed the Eagles’ mantle on the exit of Coach Sunday Oliseh, believes today’s match will show the whole world that Nigeria has not lost its lustre despite its recent failings.
26 May 2016
The Super Eagles began training for tomorrow’s international friendly against Mali and Tuesday’s game with 17 players.
23 May 2016
Following the signing of the historic Paris Climate Change Agreement in New York on April 22, governments including Nigeria have pledged to take concerted action to lower the costs ...
20 May 2016
Mali coach, Alain Giresse, has named a 23-man strong team to face Nigeria in an international friendly in Rouen, France on May 27.

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