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African Workshop Appeal Festival collections
Topix - Tuesday, August 28, 2007
p> We received the following information recently from journalist Ben Holt . He's just returned from Mali where he met this group of musicians & children & hoping we might help. via Usenet.derkeiler.com ... more

Boosting Mango Exports Through Public-Private Partnerships
allAfrica.com - Tuesday, August 28, 2007
n the last 20 years Mali's exports of mangos to Europe declined under pressure from countries such as Peru and the CÔte d' Ivoire who have gained increased market share. However, today collaboration among many organizations is boosting Mali's mango export potential. Producers and exporters, the Malian government, development partners... more

Chinese Motorcycles Flood West Africa
Topix - Tuesday, August 28, 2007
p class="lede_quote">"This does not help drivers. As motos become more numerous you have more people who do not know the road and do not know where they are going." Watch Chinese Motorcycles in Africa / Windows Broadband - download Watch Chinese Motorcycles in Africa / Windows Dialup... more

Kidnapped farmer speaks of ordeal
Topix - Monday, August 27, 2007
p class="lede_quote">"After that, they bound my legs while they went through my suitcase and pulled everything out of my luggage bags" Mr Gregor says he will not be seeking another bride online An Australian farmer who flew to Mali in West Africa believing he was set to... more

Tuesday Map: Speed bumps on the road to Ouagadougou
Topix - Friday, August 24, 2007
p class="lede_quote">"This kind of study is crucial to understanding real trade barriers, as opposed to just the ones which get fought over at international fora such as the WTO." Ever wonder why Africa is so poor? Here's one reason: In many parts of the continent, it's hard... more

Explorer in Spain, And 100 Years of the Bra
allAfrica.com - Wednesday, August 22, 2007
NE OF THESE DAYS, adventurous and mysterious Africans like Tony Brascons, a 27-year-old Malian, will rule the ... more

Bamako | Abderrahmane Sissako's deceptively placid yet searing film...
Topix - Wednesday, August 22, 2007
p> In a guarded courtyard of a home in Bamako, Mali, citizens hold a trial hoping to convict the World Bank, G8 and the IMF of crippling Africa's development. via Pittsburgh City Paper ... more

ICC President Mali in Zim
allAfrica.com - Wednesday, August 22, 2007
he president of the International Cricket Council, Ray Mali, arrived in Zimbabwe yesterday on a working ... more

Thousands of Flood Victims Could Be Stranded When Schools Reopen
allAfrica.com - Monday, August 20, 2007
alian authorities are scrambling to find alternative shelter for thousands of people who lost their homes in recent floods, more than half of whom are currently living in school ... more

Mali: Thousands of Flood Victims Could Be Stranded When Schools Reopen
Topix - Monday, August 20, 2007
p class="lede_quote">"The problem now is where to put the 15-18,000 people who are in schools" Malian authorities are scrambling to find alternative shelter for thousands of people who lost their homes in recent floods, more than half of whom are currently living in school buildings. via... more


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Mali: Sand storms in Timbuktu
Global Voices Online - Sunday, August 19, 2007
p> Rives du Niger posts photographs of sand storms in Timbuktu, where “winds of sands looks like clouds.” ... more

Worst Expectations Confounded
allAfrica.com - Saturday, August 18, 2007
s former British Prime Minister Harold Wilson once remarked, "A week is a long time in politics." By this token, a political landscape can alter even more in a month, recent developments in Mali being a case in ... more

Mali: Worst Expectations Confounded
Topix - Saturday, August 18, 2007
p class="lede_quote">"Of the 15 women elected, 14 are on the lists of political parties; and, one sole female independent candidate was elected in Bourem, in the north of the country" As former British Prime Minister Harold Wilson once remarked, "A week is a long time in politics."... more

Algeria to participate in joint anti-terrorism military exercise
Topix - Friday, August 17, 2007
p class="lede_quote">"The key objective of this exercise is to assist partner countries to plan and execute command, control and communication systems in support of humanitarian operations, peacekeeping and disaster management in future" Algeria is among 12 African and European countries and the United States, which will jointly... more

'Internet bride' held sheep farmer hostage
Topix - Thursday, August 16, 2007
p> Posted on 08/13/2007 9:44:46 AM PDT by DancesWithCats An Australian sheep farmer who sought love over the internet was instead kidnapped and held hostage for 12 days after his African "bride" turned out to be a ... via Freerepublic.com ... more

Trip To Meet Internet Bride Ends in Kidnap
Topix - Tuesday, August 14, 2007
p class="lede_quote">"If it wasn't for them, I reckon another couple of days and I wouldn't have returned" An Australian sheep farmer who sought love over the Internet was instead kidnapped and held hostage for 12 days after his African "bride" turned out to be a gang of... more

Man kidnapped after romantic chat-room contact
Topix - Tuesday, August 14, 2007
p> An Australian man has been rescued from a kidnap ordeal in the West African country of Mali. via Australian News ... more

Offbeat film touches on colonialism in Africa
Topix - Sunday, August 12, 2007
p> Offbeat: A new film from Mali director Abderrahmane Sissako, about a mock trial in an ordinary courtyard: The World Bank is put on trial for its crimes against Africa. via The Herald ... more

Australian looking for Internet love ends up kidnapped
Topix - Sunday, August 12, 2007
p class="lede_quote">"I still can't believe he survived." A LOVELORN Australian bachelor's trip to find true love in the heart of Africa via the Internet turned into a nightmare of kidnap and extortion, a report said on Saturday. via The Straits Times ... more

Panda Cub Throws a Kink in...
Topix - Thursday, August 09, 2007
p> U.S. Government's Eavesdropping Powers The U.S. government has been given expanded powers to eavesdrop on foreigners in the name of counterterrorism. via KPBS-TV San Diego ... more

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