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Thousands Still Live in Slavery in North
allAfrica.com - Tuesday, July 15, 2008
eople continue to be enslaved in northern Mali, according to Malian human rights organisation Temedt, despite a widespread belief that slavery no longer exists in the ... more

Mali: 21st Century Slavery
Global Voices Online - Tuesday, July 15, 2008
p> Sociolingo's Africa quotes two recent articles that “show that slavery still goes on today” in northern Mali and that it is a very complex issue in the country as many people deny its existence. ... more

Children Enslaved At Young Ages
allAfrica.com - Monday, July 14, 2008
ddar Ag Ogazide, a black Tamasheq, was born in 1973 at Tinahamma near Ansongo in northern Mali, 1350km north of Bamako. His family have been owned by the Touareg Ag Baye family at Intakabarte for several generations. In March this year Iddar finally decided he had had enough and made... more

Thousands Still Live in Slavery in North
allAfrica.com - Monday, July 14, 2008
eople continue to be enslaved in northern Mali, according to Malian human rights organisation Temedt, despite a widespread belief that slavery no longer exists in the country. Read more in the Hear our Voices on Iddar Ag ... more

People's Forum Opposes Privatisation
allAfrica.com - Saturday, July 12, 2008
s G8 leaders wrapped up their forum in Hokkaido in Japan, some 13,000km away, the hundreds of people who had gathered for the seventh annual alternative People's Forum, this year held in the town of Koulikoro, Mali, were issuing a closing statement to their own conference, and its tone was... more

Food Situation Looks Positive Despite Insecurity
allAfrica.com - Friday, July 11, 2008
espite high global food prices, conflict in the north and the onset of the lean season which lasts from July to September, the food security situation in the north and elsewhere, looks positive this year in ... more

'Summit of the Poor' in Mali Has Message for G8
Topix - Monday, July 07, 2008
p>A conference of groups that say they represent poor Africans has convened in Mali, in an effort to provide a contrast to the activities of the G8 meeting in Japan. ... more

Dengue Fever
Topix - Monday, July 07, 2008
p>Britain's best world music festival takes place this month and we've got 50 pairs of tickets to give away. ... more

Summer Arts Bulletin Board
Topix - Saturday, July 05, 2008
p>As the California State University Summer Arts program continues at Fresno State, we envision this Beehive post as a place for news, recommendations, reader reviews, gripes, background information -- anything ... ... more

Art Center hosts creative films from overseas
Topix - Thursday, July 03, 2008
p>Film fans who want something different from Hollywood's slim summer offerings can head to the Des Moines Art Center this month for a mix of movies from around the world. ... more


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Mali moves to boost petroleum exploration activities
Topix - Tuesday, July 01, 2008
p>The Malian national assembly has amended the law governing petroleum exploration activities in the country, extending the total length of the search from 10 to 12 years, according to information reaching here ... ... more

Misery in Mali's cotton-picking fields
Topix - Tuesday, July 01, 2008
p>Surveying his cracked, dry fields near the village of Ouesselebougou in Mali's southern cotton belt, Somala Doumbia is waiting for the rains and wondering what to do. ... more

Mali pledges third mobile licence and privatisation of Sotelma
Topix - Tuesday, July 01, 2008
p>The government of Mali plans to award a third mobile phone licence and will accelerate plans to privatise Sotelma, the state-owned fixed line incumbent. ... more

Pinching Pennies Online
Topix - Monday, June 30, 2008
p>Reports on the war's progress from the Pentagon and the GAO offer sharply divergent assessments that mirror the political debate Three-fourths of the deaths in the Midwest floods have been men. ... more

African health ministers agree to strengthen national health research systems
Topix - Saturday, June 28, 2008
p>African Health Ministers have agreed to work together to strengthen national health research systems, national health information systems and knowledge systems through the optimisation of investments, better co ... ... more

Spoilt for sounds in SW7
Topix - Thursday, June 26, 2008
p>Dinosaur rock: British Sea Power play at the Natural History Museum as part of Exhibition Road Music Day London is supposed to be the most expensive city in the world, but it's still astonishing what you can ... ... more

.com features news,analyses,and roundups of events in and about Africa
Topix - Tuesday, June 24, 2008
p>Investors on the Floor of the Nigerian Stock Exchange Monday staked a total of 12.168 billion naira on 1 billion shares in 17,983 d eals, just as market capitalisation further went down to 10.5 trillion naira ... ... more

.com features news,analyses,and roundups of events in and about Africa
Topix - Sunday, June 22, 2008
p>Transactions on the floor of the Nigerian Stock Exchange recorded a downturn at the end of the week, with a turnover of 5.24 billi o n shares valued at 42.52 billion naira in 82,798 deals in contrast with a ... ... more

National Zoo's panda might be pregnant again
Topix - Friday, June 20, 2008
p>The National Zoo says panda mother Mei Xiang is showing a spike in hormone levels, a sign that she might be pregnant again. ... more

Mali's Rokia Traore trades tradition for rock
Topix - Friday, June 20, 2008
p>The sound, the orchestration with three electric guitars, a bass guitar and drums and an n'goni has nothing to do with the rhythms of balafon-calabash-n ' goni , she said. ... more

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