Mali's New President Keita Promises Peace

Voice of America
Publication Date:
5 September 2013
Mali, Governance, Conflict, Peace and Security

Mali's President new Ibrahim Boubacar Keita, took the oath of office on Wednesday, promising to help unify the country after a rebellion, a coup and an Islamic insurgency plunged the long democratic nation into near ruin.


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