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25 Nov 2016
A militia in central Mali that represents ethnic Peuhls said on Saturday it would lay down its arms in a boost for government attempts to bring peace to the country.
21 Nov 2016
Twin attacks blamed on jihadists during weekend municipal elections in Mali left six people dead, security sources said Monday.
21 Nov 2016
Mali voted Sunday in its first elections since 2013, with turnout low as security jitters remained elevated despite an international military intervention.
17 Nov 2016
With Mali's hard-fought peace deal foundering and jihadist groups back on the offensive, the west African country could be headed for fresh chaos, experts say.
12 Nov 2016
Mali will look to bounce back against Gabon as they want to return to winning ways in their 2018 Fifa World Cup qualifier today at Stade 26 Mars in Bamako.
11 Nov 2016
An army officer who led Mali's 2012 coup against then president Amadou Toumani Toure will stand trial on November 30 for murder and collusion over the massacre of soldiers who opposed the takeover.
14 Oct 2016
Merkel said Germany would intensify its support for the agriculture sector as well as for the security of the northern part of the country, where Islamist groups are still active.
9 Oct 2016
German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Sunday left for Mali, the first stop on a three-day Africa tour focused on security and stemming the migrant influx to Europe.
4 Oct 2016
A UN peacekeeper was killed and eight others injured on Monday in an attack on their camp in northeastern Mali near the Algerian border, the United Nations said.
27 Sep 2016
War crimes judges Tuesday found a Malian jihadist guilty of destroying Timbuktu's fabled shrines, and were set to pass sentence amid hopes the court will send a strong message to help safeguard the world's ancient monuments.
22 Aug 2016
A Malian jihadist on Monday asked the people of Mali for "forgiveness" after he pleaded guilty to ordering 2012 attacks on the fabled site of Timbuktu.
11 Aug 2016
Voters in Mali will be asked to go to the polls in local elections across the vast Sahel nation in November, despite the threat of attacks by armed Islamists, the government has announced.

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