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Slow progress in investigation into RFI journalists’ murders in Mali
A French judge visited Mali in February to investigate the 2013 deaths of RFI journalists Ghislaine Dupont and Claude Verlon but was unable to visit Kidal, the site of the murders, a group dedicated
World View: China Pushes to Invest Heavily in Iraq’s Energy Infrastructure
Contents: Burkina Faso terror attack targets France's anti-terror Operation Barkhane; China pushes to invest heavily in Iraq's energy infrastructure; African Cédric Bakambu joins China's Sinobo Guoan
ARM announces Mali-G52 and G31 GPU designs, bringing AI performance benefits and Vulkan to the low-end
Today ARM has announced its new Mali G52 and G31 GPU designs, respectively targeting so-called "mainstream" and high-efficiency applications. The bigger G52 will someday make its way into more
Forget the Galaxy S9, Arm’s new chips will deliver AI, 4K, and VR to mainstream mobile devices
Arm early on Tuesday announced new GPUs, display, and video processors for mobile devices and smart TVs that will allow vendors to offer high-end visual experiences to buyers who aren’t necessarily
China is pushing Africa into debt, says America’s top diplomat
US secretary of State Rex Tillerson has criticized China’s model of economic development in Africa, saying it encouraged dependency and denied governments long-term democratic growth.…
How a scheme in Mali cut child deaths in one district by 95%
Extraordinary success of programme under which health workers make house calls could save untold young lives in sub-Saharan AfricaHome to a large number of migrants and an even larger number of
Canada to send force including female troops to support UN mission in Mali
Increasing women’s role in peacekeeping is a priority, says ministerForce of helicopters and infantry is smaller than first indicatedCanada will deploy helicopters and troops – including female
Wheat in heat: the 'crazy idea' that could combat food insecurity
Durum wheat varieties can withstand 40C heat along the Senegal River basin, and could produce 600,000 tonnes of food In the northern Senegalese village of Ndiayene Pendao, close to the border with
Mali mass grave victims had been in military custody, claims Amnesty
Security situation continues to deteriorate, with bombings and abductions by armed groupsA mass grave has been found in central Mali, amid a deteriorating security situation marked by bombings and
Rape and Torture Charges for Jihadist Police Chief of Timbuktu
Al Hassan Ag Abdoul Aziz Ag Mohamed Ag Mahmoud at the International Criminal Court on Wednesday.
French and Malian troops kill dozens of insurgents in Mali gun battle
French and Malian troops killed about 30 Islamist insurgents during a gunbattle in a region near the border with Niger, where Islamic State are known to be active, the French army said on Thursday.
Upwardly mobile in Mali – in pictures
Seydou Keïta’s studio portraits reveal the aspirations of Malian citizens in the 1950s, contrasting expressive traditional African textile designs with sleek western consumer goods Continue reading...
ICC prosecutes Islamist militant on groundbreaking gender-based charges
Al Hassan Ag Abdoul Aziz Ag Mohamed Ag Mahmoud accused of forcing Malian women into sexual slaveryThe international criminal court in the Hague has launched a potentially groundbreaking new
French soldiers, UN peacekeepers attacked in Mali
A rocket and car bomb attack left one UN peacekeeper dead, a dozen wounded and another dozen French soldiers hurt at Timbuktu's airport area, Mali's security ministry said Saturday.
Several French soldiers injured in latest Mali attack
A rocket and car-bomb attack struck French and UN bases in Mali on Saturday in the latest manifestation of a rise in jihadist violence, despite attempts to stabilise the country by mainly French-led
Suspected jihadists kill over 30 Tuaregs in Mali
Suspected jihadists killed more than 30 Tuaregs on Mali's northeastern border with Niger, informed sources said Saturday, in what they claimed was the second attack in two days.
Suspected jihadists kill dozens of Tuaregs in Mali
Suspected jihadists killed dozens of Tuaregs on Mali’s northeastern border with Niger, informed sources said Saturday, in the second such attack in two days.
Suspected jihadists in Mali kill more than 40 in two days of violence
Attacks on Tuareg ethnic group stoke fears of inter-communal violence in a country racked by six years of chaosSuspected jihadists killed more than 40 people from the Tuareg ethnic group on Mali’s
Watch the trailer for VICE on HBO's episode “Massacre in Myanmar & The Blue Helmets”
The team heads to Myanmar to investigate the fate of the Rohingya, then we take you to Mali to check out the peacekeeping mission there.
‘Spider-Man,’ a Migrant in Paris, Scales Building to Save a Child
Mamoudou Gassama, a migrant from Mali, scaled four balconies of a building in Paris before pulling a child to safety.
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