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Mali's government reached a peace deal Tuesday with Tuareg fighters who rebelled last year and seized most of the country's north. Comment?
A local resident riding a motorcycle waves to French soldiers in an armoured vehicle in Gao, Mali, March 1, 2013. Comment?
... that committed the Luxor massacre," he said. Meanwhile, Unesco released results last week of its mission to Timbuktu in Mali, where radical Islamists recently destroyed irreplaceable artifacts. "The destruction caused to Timbuktu's heritage is even ... Comment?
... key northern city have signed an accord paving the way for presidential elections in the west African state next month. Mali's territorial administration minister and representatives of two Tuareg movements signed the deal on Tuesday in Ouagadougou, ... Comment?
... and the European Union in neighbouring Burkina Faso's capital, Ouagadougou. It removes the last major obstacle ahead of Mali's planned presidential election in July and will put in place a process through which Mali's military will be able to return ... Comment?
The Mali government and Tuareg rebels signed a ceasefire accord Tuesday paving the way for presidential elections in the troubled west African state next month. Comment?
... paving the way for presidential elections in the west African state next month. Tuareg delegates arrive to meet a Mali government delegation in Ougadougou, Burkina Faso, on June 10, 2013. The Malian government and Tuareg rebels occupying a key ... Comment?
Mali signed a ceasefire deal with Tuareg separatist rebels on Tuesday, paving the way for government troops to return to the northern, rebel-held town of Kidal before a presidential election next month. Comment?
Women attend a protest urging Mali and France to retake the Kidal region of far northern Mali, in Gao May 30, 2013. Comment?
When music was banned in Mali, the organisers of Glastonbury festival swung into action and invited the country's top acts over. Comment?
... Take a look at The Vancouver Sun's new Cycling and GranFondo training page. OUAGADOUGOU, Burkina Faso - The nation of Mali, which lost half its territory last year to rebels, has agreed to sign an accord with Tuareg separatists who still control the ... Comment?
... Arts Center, 400 S. Second St., in downtown Renton. Tickets are available at online at siff.net . The Bozo people of Mali are famous for their fishing and are often referred to as the "masters of the river." They have a recognized connection with ... Comment?
... was one of U.S. Africa Command's big success stories. The Gulf... of Guinea. A French sniper carries his weapon at the Mali air force base near Bamako January 19, 2013. (Reuters/Eric Gaillard) Never mind that most Americans couldn't find it on a map ... Comment?
Chief negotiator says deal reached paving way for army to return to rebel-held region ahead of planned polls next month. Mali has reached a deal with Tuareg separatist fighters, paving the way for Malian government troops to return to the rebel-held ... Comment?
Mali has reached a deal with Tuareg separatist rebels paving the way for Malian government troops to return to the rebel-held northern town of Kidal ahead of planned elections in July, Mali's chief negotiator said on Tuesday. Comment?
... beat Rwanda 1-0 on Sunday at Amahoro stadium. The win for the Fennec Foxes took them the next qualifying round after Mali drew 2-2 against Benin in Bamako. Saphir Taider opened the scoring for Algeria seven minutes after the break. The Bologna ... Comment?
Al-Qaeda's north African branch confirmed that one of its top leaders, Abdelhamid Abou Zeid, was killed in fighting in Mali, three months after France announced his death, according to a statement published Sunday. Comment?
... Of and from him, expect to hear a lot more. Bombino is followed by Amadou and Mariam, a husband-and-wife duet from Mali. Both are blind - Amadou Bagayoko since the age of 15, Mariam Doumbia since the age of five. They met, in fact, in the choir of ... Comment?
... their homeland, to back the polls planned for July 28. Among those detained in Bamako is Mamoutou Diabate, chairman of Mali's influential Forum of Civil Society Organisations (FOSCM) umbrella group. "We wanted to organise a march on Monday to ... Comment?
Travelers driving from Niamey, Niger, lining up to be searched at the entrance of Gao, northern Mali, Feb. 12, 2013. Comment?