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William G. Moseley: In search of a better revolution
Topix - Thursday, May 15, 2008
p> Urban West Africa is Ground Zero in the global food crisis. From Dakar to Abidjan, the cities in this zone have experienced more protests against rising food prices than any other region in 2008. via Star Tribune ... more

Photographers, Stars Mingle At Infinity Awards
Topix - Tuesday, May 13, 2008
p class="lede_quote">"Even the fact that you come to America is something big" To begin, let's get the list of celebrities out of the way: Diane Keaton, Calvin Klein, Helena Christensen, Salman Rushdie, Blythe Danner . via Photo District News ... more

African Follies - The complete anthology
Topix - Sunday, May 11, 2008
p> African Follies chronicles some of the most unusual experiences and misadventures of my two-month journey to West Africa in December 1995. via Calypso Island Chronicles ... more

Cynicism and Hope Ahead of the Bamako Gathering
Topix - Friday, May 09, 2008
p class="lede_quote">"The Bamako forum must lead to an awareness that Africa is central to the issues under debate. Africa must take ownership of the fight (against unfettered globalisation)." With just a day to go before Africa's first-ever World Social Forum gets underway in Mali, attitudes towards the... more

Tuareg attacks leave one dead
Topix - Wednesday, May 07, 2008
p class="lede_quote">"At Diabaly however, Tuaregs in four vehicles attacked a military base. The army fought back and one person died" Attacks by Tuareg rebels on several army posts in northern and central Mali early today left one person dead, according to officials in the West African nation.... more

Woman from Mali who underwent circumcision fights for asylum
Topix - Saturday, May 03, 2008
p class="lede_quote">"I was circumcised without my consent." Alima Traore doesn't remember when part of her genitals was removed as a young child in her native Mali. via Newsday.com ... more

New Family Law Faces Opposition
allAfrica.com - Friday, May 02, 2008
new family law code waiting to be adopted by Parliament is facing opposition from some Islamic groups who claim it goes against Islamic principles, particularly when it comes to proposed changes to the country's marriage ... more

MALI: New family law faces opposition from Muslim organisations
Topix - Friday, May 02, 2008
p class="lede_quote">"We have no choice but to pass it." A new family law code waiting to be adopted by Parliament is facing opposition from some Islamic groups who claim it goes against Islamic principles, particularly when it comes to proposed changes to the ... via IRIN... more

MALI: Combating malaria misdiagnosis
Topix - Thursday, May 01, 2008
p class="lede_quote">"The patients then buy anti-malarial drugs in the street and build up a resistance to treatment." Health experts say the majority of malaria cases in Mali are misdiagnosed, which causes resistance to malaria drugs and leaves other illnesses untreated. via IRIN News ... more

Combating Malaria Misdiagnosis
allAfrica.com - Thursday, May 01, 2008
ealth experts say the majority of malaria cases in Mali are misdiagnosed, which causes resistance to malaria drugs and leaves other illnesses ... more


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Medoro Resources Announces 2007 Year-end Results
Topix - Thursday, May 01, 2008
p> TORONTO, April 30 /CNW/ - Medoro Resources Ltd. announced today results for the year ended December 31, 2007. via Canada NewsWire ... more

Making A Powerful Noise
Topix - Tuesday, April 29, 2008
p class="lede_quote">"The concept to find three women from very different parts of the globe making sustainable change in their communities was invigorating and daunting" BET founding partner Sheila C. Johnson is accustomed to attending red carpet premieres. via Black Enterprise ... more

Agriculture
Topix - Sunday, April 27, 2008
p> The Malian government has adopted a draft decree approving a contract for artificial rain operations for the 2008-2009 crop year, official sources told PANA on Thursday. via Panapress ... more

Fears Over Privatising Cotton
allAfrica.com - Friday, April 25, 2008
fter years of delays the Mali national cotton company, Malian Company for Textile Development (CMDT), is on the verge of privatisation with bids for tender just sent out, but the World Bank which backs the privatisation is worried none of the right conditions are in place to make it ... more

Mali: Fears Over Privatising Cotton
Topix - Friday, April 25, 2008
p class="lede_quote">"The point of privatisation was to create a better-managed cotton sector... so that Mali could start to compete with the likes of India or Brazil... but this will not happen... I am very, very pessimistic about the privatisation process" After years of delays the Mali national... more

Bamako
Topix - Friday, April 25, 2008
p> With the new century's global economics putting renewed pressure on the Third World, indigenous filmmaking is becoming less anthropological in nature, and more political. via DVD Talk ... more

Young Taft directs service program
Topix - Wednesday, April 23, 2008
p class="lede_quote">"They loved sharing between the two cultures" By Sandra Baer Thursday, April 24, 2008 Anna Taft believes in giving back through service to the community. via Dayton Daily News ... more

Environment
Topix - Monday, April 21, 2008
p> Sahel drought control body meets in Nouakchott The 14th follow-up meeting of the Permanent Interstate Committee for Drought Control in the Sahel opened here Monday, with several delegates representing various ... via Panapress ... more

Environment
Topix - Saturday, April 19, 2008
p> Africa seriously at risk of climate change Rabat, Morocco - Africa is still the most vulnerable continent to climate change as between 75 million and 220 million of its population will face water s hortages, ... via Panapress ... more

Still a Long Way to Go to Meet Adult Literacy Targets
allAfrica.com - Thursday, April 17, 2008
n 2000 the Malian government signed up to UN Education for All goals to help 50 percent more adults become literate by 2015, but eight years on still only 30 percent of Malian adults can read or write, and the government is yet to outline its strategy to address the... more

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