What Next for a Reunited Mali?


Weeks after French troops began a military intervention in Mali, AllAfrica's news partners provide a glimpse into the myriad challenges facing the fragmented West African country.
  • Mali:  The Dynamics of Inter-Communal Violence in Mali

    UN Integrated Regional Information Networks, 31 January 2013

    Ethnic Tuaregs and Arabs in towns across central and northern Mali, including Gao and Timbuktu, have been fleeing into the desert or to neighbouring countries as their houses and ... read more »

  • Mali:  Killings, Disappearances in Mali's Climate of Suspicion

    UN Integrated Regional Information Networks, 31 January 2013

    Seyo Sangho's husband was arrested by Malian army soldiers at the central market in Konna in central Mali, 900km north of Bamako, after getting into an argument with another man. ... read more »

  • Mali:  Are Military Solutions Protecting Mali Civilians?

    Institute for Security Studies, 31 January 2013

    At the beginning of May 2012, there were some 130 000 internally displaced persons in Mali and approximately 190 000 refugees in neighbouring Algeria, Burkina Faso, Mauritania and ... read more »

  • Mali:  War and Hunger in Mali

    ThinkAfricaPress, 30 January 2013

    As conflict continues in Mali, the international community will need to support aid agencies to prevent a worsening of the humanitarian situation. read more »

  • Mali:  Mali War Halts Climate Change Projects

    AlertNet, 30 January 2013

    Escalating conflict with Islamic militants in Mali is leading to the suspension of development and aid programmes in the country, threatening efforts to deal with climate change, ... read more »

  • Africa:  Mali, France, and Chickens

    Fahamu, 24 January 2013

    The instability in Mali is a blowback from the NATO invasion of Libya. Conn Hallinan examines French interests in Mali and its former colonial empire arguing that chickens have ... read more »