Malian Parties Urged to Make Peace 'A Reality'
The UN special envoy to the country, Mahamat Saleh Annadif, has told the Security Council that although the peace agreement was a "package", the process had been reduced to discussions about the establishment of an interim administration.
UN News, 16 June 2016
Despite some progress, key challenges to implementing Mali's peace and reconciliation agreement remained, one year after the Government and armed groups signed the accord, the… Read more »
UN peacekeepers on ppatrol.
Deutsche Welle, 2 June 2016
The United Nations has called for additional troops and police amid a worsening security situation in Mali. In May alone, Islamist attacks have killed 12 peacekeepers. Read more »
VOA, 1 June 2016
Three people have been killed in two separate attacks on U.N. bases in Mali since Tuesday. One peacekeeper was killed in rocket fire late Tuesday that left at least ten others… Read more »
Cameroon Tribune, 16 June 2016
The authorities will administer the five regions of North Mali following the agreement of June 14, 2016. Read more »
Al Jazeera, 12 June 2016
Fighting over the last four years has killed hundreds of people in Mali. There are fewer battles involving government troops, separatists and al-Qaeda fighters but the war is far… Read more »
Focac, 6 June 2016
Mali's former prime minister Moussa Mara said Chinese peacekeepers under the UN Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in Mali (MINUSMA) were more than bringing peace to… Read more »
East Africa: How Africans Rate Govt Action on Extremists
Afrobarometer, 9 June 2016
Two new reports from Afrobarometer explore citizens' perceptions of violent extremism and counter-extremism efforts in "hotspot" regions of Africa. Read more »