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Mali News

Lebanon supplies DNA samples in Air Algerie crash case

Beirut - Lebanon has handed over DNA samples from relatives of 20 citizens killed in a July 24 Air Algerie plane crash in Mali, a foreign ministry source told AFP on Friday.
In the Media by AFP

Identifying Mali air crash victims 'could take years'

Algiers - Identifying the victims from last week's Air Algerie crash in Mali "could take weeks, months and maybe years", Algeria's chief of police said on Thursday.
In the Media by AFP

Pilots of Air Algerie jet asked to turn back: France

Paris - France said Monday the pilots of the Air Algerie passenger plane that crashed in Mali, killing all 118 people on board, had asked to turn back in a new development to a complex probe into the tragedy.
In the Media by Marianne Barriaux (AFP)

Air Algerie crash black boxes begin journey to France

Bamako - The black boxes from the Air Algerie plane disaster on Sunday began their journey to France from northern Mali as investigators ramped up efforts to find the cause of the deadly crash.
In the Media by Ahamadou Cisse (AFP)

Experts to begin probe into Air Algerie crash

Bamako - The second black box from the Air Algerie plane disaster was recovered Saturday at the remote crash site in northern Mali as investigators headed to the scene to determine the cause of the tragedy.
In the Media by Ahamadou Cisse (AFP)

France declares three-day national mourning after Mali crash

Paris - France on Saturday declared a three-day period of national mourning over the Air Algerie crash that killed all 118 people on board including 54 French nationals.
In the Media by AFP

Air Algerie crash wipes out entire families

Bamako - All passengers and crew on board an Air Algerie jetliner that crashed in Mali died in the tragedy, which completely wiped out several families, France announced.
In the Media by Ahamadou Cisse (AFP)

Breathe deeply, it is safe to go on a plane, travellers told

Paris - After three major air disasters in one week, with planes coming down in Ukraine, Taiwan and then Mali without a single survivor, passengers can be forgiven for feeling a little pang of panic boarding their flights.
In the Media by Pauline Froissart, Valentin Bontemps (AFP)

No survivors from Air Algerie plane crash: French president

Bamako - France announced on Friday there were no survivors among the 116 people on board the Air Algerie flight that crashed over Mali, saying bad weather was the likely cause of the disaster.
In the Media by Ahamadou Cisse (AFP)

Wreckage of missing Algerian airliner found in Mali

Ouagadougou - The wreckage of an Air Algerie plane missing since early Thursday with 116 people on board has been found in Mali near the Burkina Faso border, an army coordinator in Ouagadougou said."We have found the Algerian plane. The wreck has been located ...
In the Media by Amal Belalloufi, Amer Ouali (AFP)

Air Algerie Flight AH5017 reportedly crashes with 110 passengers, 6 crew

Air Algerie Flight AH5017, which had 116 people on board, has crashed, according to airline officials. The flight lost radio contact en route from Burkina Faso to Algiers.
In the Media by Michael Thomas - 1 comment

Seven wars you probably don’t know are happening

While Ukraine, Syria, Palestine, Iraq, and Afghanistan dominate the news cycle, conflicts rage across the globe with little or no media coverage. These are the wars that aren’t being covered by Western media outlets.
In the Media by Justin King - 2 comments

UN extends Mali mission, urges peace talks

New York - The Security Council extended for another year the UN mission in Mali, calling on it to prioritize efforts to facilitate peace talks and expand its presence in the north.
In the Media by AFP

Mali armed groups say they agree to peace talks

Algiers - Three armed groups from northern Mali announced in Algiers on Sunday that they have agreed to begin talks with the Bamako government aimed at resolving long-standing disputes.
In the Media by AFP

UN calls for wider use of surveillance drones

UN peacekeeping missions should deploy more drones and state-of the art technology to become more effective, limit boots on the ground and keep aid workers safer, their chief said Thursday.
In the Media by AFP

UN calls for wider use of surveillance drones

UN peacekeeping missions should deploy more drones and state-of the art technology to become more effective, limit boots on the ground and keep aid workers safer, their chief said Thursday.
In the Media by AFP

Tuareg rebels kill 50 Malian soldiers after clashes in Kidal

Bamako - After France intervened in Mali, the Islamists who had been occupying the area were driven into the hinterland and the main towns came under government control. However the city of Kidal and some other northern areas are again controlled by Tuareg rebels.
In the Media by Ken Hanly

Mali government, rebels sign ceasefire agreement: UN

Dakar - The Mali government and the three main rebel groups operating in the northern desert signed a ceasefire deal Friday, the United Nations announced."A 21:30 (local time and GMT)...
In the Media by AFP

Tuareg rebels now hold two Mali towns: UN

New York - Tuareg rebels have made further advances in northern Mali and have seized two towns, Kidal and Menaka, the United Nations confirmed on Thursday.
In the Media by AFP

Mali leader urges ceasefire, orders three days of mourning

Bamako - Mali's president called for a ceasefire in the restive north of the country and ordered three days of mourning as Tuareg separatists claimed they captured more than a key desert bastion after slaying several soldiers.
In the Media by Serge Daniel (AFP)

Security Council calls for end to Mali violence

New York - The UN Security Council called for an immediate end to violence in northern Mali after more than 30 people were killed in fighting between rebels and the army in a flashpoint town.
In the Media by AFP

1,500 troops sent to retake rebel stronghold in Mali

Bamako - Mali has sent 1,500 troops to retake the rebel stronghold of Kidal after Tuareg separatists staged a siege in local government offices, sparking a gun battle in which dozens of people were killed.
In the Media by AFP

Mali 'at war with terrorists' after dozens die in clashes: PM

Bamako - Mali's Prime Minister Moussa Mara warned the country was "at war" with terrorists in the northern city of Kidal, after clashes between separatist militants and the army left dozens dead.
In the Media by Serge Daniel (AFP)

France to deploy 3,000 soldiers in Sahel

Paris - France said Thursday it will deploy 3,000 soldiers to combat Islamist violence in the vast and largely lawless Sahel region of Africa.
In the Media by AFP

Jihadist group in Mali announces death of French hostage

Bamako - One of Mali's top jihadist groups said on Tuesday a French hostage it had kidnapped in November 2012 was dead.
In the Media by Serge Daniel (AFP)

Mali free of deadly Ebola epidemic: govt

Bamako - Mali said on Tuesday it was clear of the Ebola epidemic suspected to be behind around 130 deaths this year in Guinea and Liberia.
In the Media by AFP

New Mali PM chooses ministers with focus on reconciliation

Bamako - Mali's new Prime Minister Moussa Mara formed a government, with the outgoing foreign minister becoming reconciliation minister as the deeply-divided nation recovers from months of ruinous conflict.
In the Media by AFP

Mali's first post-war premier resigns

Bamako - Mali's first post-war prime minister has been replaced just six months into office after he announced the resignation of his entire government, a statement from the presidency said.
In the Media by Serge Daniel (AFP)

West Africa gears up to fight Ebola, killer fevers

Bamako - Several west African countries geared up on Friday to tackle killer haemorraghic fevers including Ebola, which has claimed more than 80 lives in Guinea, as suspect cases emerge in Mali, Liberia and Sierra Leone.
In the Media by Serge Daniel with Zoom Dosso in Monrovia (AFP)

Liberia reports suspected Ebola outbreak unconnected to Guinea

Monrovia - Liberia said it was dealing with the first case of suspected Ebola to have originated within its own borders, unconnected to the epidemic raging in neighbouring Guinea, as Mali also detected three suspected victims.
In the Media by Zoom Dosso (AFP)
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A French Dassault Rafale fighter jet.
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The Mali conflict zones of control as at 26 January 2013
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The Mali conflict zones of control as at 26 January 2013
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A street scene in Timbuktu, Mali
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Government militia forces in training in Mali
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Islamist rebels in Mali
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Canada s C-17 heavy-lift military transport plane touched down on Malian soil carrying a French mili...
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Canada's C-17 heavy-lift military transport plane touched down on Malian soil carrying a French military armoured vehicle among other equipment
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Al Qaeda commander Abou Zeid killed in Mali
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Al Qaeda commander Abou Zeid killed in Mali
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French troops embark for Mali on a Royal Air Force Boeing C-17 transport from Evreux Air Base in Northern France, January 2013
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