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On The Bright Side: Mali school founder makes visit to Oneonta
Topix - Thursday, April 17, 2008
p class="lede_quote">"It came at a very crucial moment of my life" ONEONTA _ A Mali man who runs a private school in his home country visited Oneonta this weekend to thank area residents who have donated to his effort. via Daily Star ... more

African artist building a bridge with ceramics
Topix - Tuesday, April 15, 2008
p class="lede_quote">"To me, education became an extension of storytelling" When artist/storyteller/author Baba Wague Diakite was a small boy, he was sent to live with his grandparents in the village of Kassoro in rural Mali. via Tallahassee.com ... more

Africa insurance industry needs image, ICT and PR - FANAF boss
Topix - Sunday, April 13, 2008
p> Mr Protais Ayangma Amang, the new president of the Federation of Insurance Companies in Africa was elected in Bamako, Mali recently at the 32nd FANAF General Assembly and conference held in Mali. via Vanguard ... more

Inoculations Get Booster From Brazilian Vaccine, UN Agency Says
allAfrica.com - Friday, April 11, 2008
campaign to vaccinate 5.7 million people across southern Mali will begin tomorrow thanks to the first-ever 'South-South' dose supply from South America's only manufacturer of yellow fever vaccine, the United Nations health agency said ... more

Mali: Children Scrape By On Scrap
Topix - Friday, April 11, 2008
p class="lede_quote">"Now it is difficult to find enough iron, whereas before, that wasn't the case. Our supplies are dropping bit by bit" Seyba Traor, aged 11, and his brother Moumini, 9, set out each morning with big bags slung over their shoulders to sort through the capital's... more

Malians allege abuse after expulsion from Libya
Topix - Wednesday, April 09, 2008
p class="lede_quote">"One hundred and ten of our compatriots considered by Libya to be 'undocumented' arrived on a special flight" More than 100 Malians expelled from Libya have arrived in their country's capital, Bamako, on a Libyan plane, an airport official said. via The Daily Star ... more

Children Scrape By On Scrap
allAfrica.com - Monday, April 07, 2008
eyba Traoré, aged 11, and his brother Moumini, 9, set out each morning with big bags slung over their shoulders to sort through the capital's many rubbish dumps in search of scrap metal - car or motorbike parts, old lamps, curtain-rods - any old iron objects will ... more

Deadline for Austrian hostages passes
Topix - Monday, April 07, 2008
p> The latest deadline set by an al-Qaida affiliate for authorities to release jailed militants in return for two Austrian tourists kidnapped in North Africa expired Sunday with no word on the fate of the ... via Contra Costa Times ... more

Alcatel-Lucent Joins Forces with the Fondation to Provide...
Topix - Saturday, April 05, 2008
p> Alcatel-Lucent has announced its participation in the renovation of the emergency services' technical platform at the Gabriel Tour hospital in Bamako, Mali by providing a complete and integrated business ... via TMCnet ... more

High Food Costs Hurt the Poor
allAfrica.com - Friday, April 04, 2008
nly five months ago, I visited the West African countries of Mali and Senegal. At the time, the local newspapers were interested in only one story - the price of a loaf of ... more


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Keshi Delighted Over Mali's Job
allAfrica.com - Friday, April 04, 2008
tephen Keshi has expressed delight in being given the chance to tinker the Malian national ... more

Democracy Advocates to Meet in Bamako, Mali
allAfrica.com - Thursday, April 03, 2008
eaders of civil society from around Africa will hold two meetings in Bamako, Mali from September 3-6 aimed at strengthening their network around the continent and elaborating a strategy for advancing democracy in Africa. The first meeting, from September 3-4 will bring together members of the Management Committee of World... more

Democracy 'Pays,' Says American Organizer of Mali Conference
allAfrica.com - Thursday, April 03, 2008
emocracy is not only the best political and social system devised to date, but it also has economic dividends that developing nations, particularly in Africa, can use for the betterment of their citizens, says Bob LaGamma, a former diplomat who is now director of the Council for a Community of... more

CSOS Undergo Good Governance Training
allAfrica.com - Thursday, April 03, 2008
he Les Aspin Center have unveiled plans to conduct a training program on anti-corruption and good governance for civil society leaders from Ghana, Nigeria and ... more

Some Aid Suspended Amid Violence
allAfrica.com - Thursday, April 03, 2008
ith fighting on 2 April between Tuareg rebels and government soldiers 20 km south of Kidal on the road to Gao, some aid agencies are suspending ... more

Truce in Mali
Topix - Thursday, April 03, 2008
p class="lede_quote">"After this our Malian brothers will set a date for a meeting at Bamako or in Algeria to go beyond the Algiers agreements" Mali's government and Tuareg rebels led by Ibrahim Ag Bahanga, whose men have kidnapped 33 army troops, agreed to an immediate truce during... more

Mali Pledges Unconditional Support for Angola's Reconstruction
allAfrica.com - Thursday, April 03, 2008
isiting Mali Parliament speaker, Ibrahim Boubakar Keita, Monday in Luanda appealed to the international community to unconditionally support the Angolan reconstruction effort, following decades of a devastating ... more

Mali for Unconditional Support for Angola's Reconstruction
allAfrica.com - Thursday, April 03, 2008
isiting Mali Parliament speaker, Ibrahim Boubakar Keita, Monday in Luanda appealed to the international community to unconditionally support the Angolan reconstruction effort, following decades of a devastating ... more

Tuareg Intermediaries Negotiate Release of European Hostages
allAfrica.com - Thursday, April 03, 2008
he Malian government is using Tuareg tribesman as intermediaries to try and negotiate the release of 15 European hostages held by Islamic militants who have brought them into the country from neighbouring Algeria, a military source said on ... more

Gbagbo Flies to Mali As Ethnic Clash Reported
allAfrica.com - Thursday, April 03, 2008
resident Laurent Gbagbo flew to Bamako on Friday for talks on the deadlocked peace process in Cote d'Ivoire as reports emerged of further clashes between farmers of Gbagbo's Bete tribe and immigrant farmers in the south of the ... more

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