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As Mali Copes With Recent Floods, UN Delivers Relief Supplies
Topix - Thursday, October 18, 2007
p> The United Nations humanitarian wing has delivered more than 30 tons of relief supplies to authorities in Mali, where recent floods have left thousands of people homeless and raised the risk of waterborne ... via InterestAlert.com ... more

As Country Copes With Recent Floods, UN Delivers Relief Supplies
allAfrica.com - Thursday, October 18, 2007
he United Nations humanitarian wing has delivered more than 30 tons of relief supplies to authorities in Mali, where recent floods have left thousands of people homeless and raised the risk of waterborne diseases and ... more

Looking to Communities to Lead Malaria Fight
allAfrica.com - Wednesday, October 17, 2007
alifan Keita is a peasant farmer with no medical education, salary or transport other than a wobbly bicycle, yet he is achieving in Mali what the government and decades of Western aid have largely failed to ... more

Cranes Nations Cup equation high on agenda
Topix - Wednesday, October 17, 2007
p> Nations Cup qualifiers Group 9, Friday Sierra Leone v Benin Togo v Mali BEFORE last month, few within Uganda could have located Sierra Leone on the global map. via New Vision ... more

CAN 2008 - Egypt, Mali and Benin Pick Last Tickets
allAfrica.com - Monday, October 15, 2007
heir victories mark the end of the qualifying phase of the Nations Cup in ... more

American-born panda to go home
Topix - Monday, October 15, 2007
p> The four-year-old American-born panda Mei Sheng is expected to return to his hometown in southwest China's Sichuan Province at the end of this month and will settle down hence. via People's Daily ... more

Biofuels and world hunger
Topix - Sunday, October 14, 2007
p class="lede_quote">"As things stand, a snake can bite someone in a village and they have to go to [the capital] Bamako to get a vaccine." In the past year, the problem of hunger - especially in the least developed areas of the world like sub-Saharan Africa and... more

Rural Youth Rarely Find Fortunes in the City
allAfrica.com - Friday, October 12, 2007
hen Nouhoum Sangaré left his wife, three children and village in southern Mali for the capital Bamako 240km away, he expected to find stable work and a comfortable life, and eventually have his family join ... more

Mali: Rural Youth Rarely Find Fortunes in the City
Topix - Friday, October 12, 2007
p class="lede_quote">"After the rainy season we have nothing to do but rub shoulders with poverty every day." When Nouhoum Sangar left his wife, three children and village in southern Mali for the capital Bamako 240km away, he expected to find stable work and a comfortable life, and... more

CD/Download Release: Leni Stern's "Africa" out October 30th, to be Featured on CNN Radio
Topix - Friday, October 12, 2007
p class="lede_quote">"As a white woman in a Muslim country, playing an electric guitar, my presence had an powerful impact." "One of the Most Respectable and Moving Collaborations Between Musical Styles, Instruments, Ideas and Cultures" Leni Stern's Africa to be Featured on CNN Radio A recent CD Baby... more


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Anglogold Probes 'Health Risk' At Mine
allAfrica.com - Thursday, October 11, 2007
NGLOGOLD Ashanti is busy with the second phase of a study into whether there is any scientific link between operations at its Sadiola mine in Mali and reports that four out of five pregnant women in two villages near the mine are ... more

Two African nations mourn peacekeepers fallen in Darfur
Topix - Wednesday, October 10, 2007
p class="lede_quote">"I watched the taxi until it disappeared. I don't do that. Usually I just walk away, but this time I watched until I couldn't see it anymore. It was as if I knew I'd never see him again" DAKAR, Senegal : A woman stuffed the ends... more

'Music is my therapy'
Topix - Monday, October 08, 2007
p class="lede_quote">"I take my guitar everywhere and play. It's what I do best. It's my way of contributing something. I like to make music with friends and new people. That's how I learn new things too." 'Music is my therapy' MR "KING of the Bongo" is on... more

Re-calibrating democracy in Bangladesh
Topix - Saturday, October 06, 2007
p> The word democracy seems to mean different things to different people. For some it probably connotes the right to exercise one's choice with freedom, albeit responsibly. via The Daily Star ... more

MALI: After the deluge the real struggle begins
Topix - Thursday, October 04, 2007
p class="lede_quote">"What the floods didn't take, the looters did." It took Souleymane Diallo 55 years to build the 10 mud-walled rooms that made up his family's house, and almost all his money to fill the small dome-shaped granary that was meant to feed them for the next... more

'The Advice I Give Women Is to Leave Hang-Ups Behind'
allAfrica.com - Wednesday, October 03, 2007
or women politicians in Mali, winning a seat in parliament is a tall order -- difficult enough with party backing, and possibly harder still without it. But, this didn't stop Haïdara Ichata Cissé from taking her chances as an independent earlier this ... more

San Diego Zoo Asking For Public Input On Panda Cub's Name
Topix - Tuesday, October 02, 2007
p> The San Diego Zoo is asking for help naming their newest panda cub. In keeping with Chinese tradition the cub won't be named until she's a hundred days old. via KFMB-TV San Diego ... more

Country Picks Beijing Olympics Basketball Ticket
allAfrica.com - Tuesday, October 02, 2007
alian Women National Basketball team Sunday against all odds picked the sole ticket of the female basketball to represent Africa at the forthcoming Beijing Olympics after shocking the host, Senegal, 63-56 points to become the new African ... more

Ombuds Departments Identify Areas for Cooperation
allAfrica.com - Monday, October 01, 2007
he ombudsperson departments of Angola and of Mali identified Monday, here, the areas for analysis and intensifying the respective legislations and training of staffs for the reinforcement of the cooperation between ... more

After the Deluge the Real Struggle Begins
allAfrica.com - Monday, October 01, 2007
t took Souleymane Diallo 55 years to build the 10 mud-walled rooms that made up his family's house, and almost all his money to fill the small dome-shaped granary that was meant to feed them for the next few months. But it took just three hours of torrential rain to... more

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