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a suspect arrested in Bamako after the murder of

There are many condemning messages after the execution, on Tuesday 13 April in Bamako, by Sidi Brahimi Ould Sidati, one of the leaders of the ex-uprising. His funeral is scheduled for Friday near Timbuktu. Investigations are underway to reveal the perpetrators. A suspect who tried to travel by plane was arrested on Wednesday at Bamako airport.…

murder in Bamako by CMA leaders,

Sidi Brahim Ould Sidati, the current chair of the Coordination of Azawad Movements (CMA), died at a clinic in Bamako, Mali. Earlier in the morning, he had been the subject of gunfire outside his home. as reported from Bamako, Serge DanielSidi Brahim Ould Sidati was in front of his home in Bamako, early on Tuesday morning, when…

Florence Parly in Bamako after the UN document

For the UN, it was mainly civilians who were killed on January 3 in the Barkhane strike near Bounti. The spokesman for Antonio Gutteres, the UN Secretary-General, expressed his concern about respect for the precautionary principle. In Paris, the Ministry of Defense and the military claim that Barkhane hit terrorists. as…

In Bamako, an indication towards the troops

Following talks by several Malian associations, several dozen Malians gathered in Bamako on Friday to condemn the insecurity in central and northern Mali, as well as the actions of foreign troops on the ground. The small audience also announced their support for the Malian army. as reported from Bamako, Serge Daniel Mali's national anthem is sung at the beginning of the rally. But there are not many people on the Bamako Labor Exchange. However, those present gave a voice. On posters, banners and even banners, slogans…

Bamako Assize Court docket orders the top with out

The trial against Amadou Sanogo is therefore declared "off" in Mali. The Bamako Assize Court announced it on Monday morning, March 15th. The coup captain in 2012, who became general, is therefore completely free. as reported from Bamako, Serge DanielAmadou Sanogo no longer prosecuted for the murder of the 21 Red Berets…

The ICC Fund in Bamako to compensate the victims of Ahmad Al Faqi Al Mahdi

Four years after Ahmad Al Faqi Al Mahdi was sentenced to nine years in prison by the International Criminal Court (ICC) for war crimes and the destruction of the Timbuktu mausoleums, a delegation from the Trust Fund for Victims traveled to Bamako. The states that have signed the Rome Statute contribute to this fund. For Mali, 1.8 billion CFA francs will be granted from January 2021 to the tomboukti victims identified after the Al Faqi trial. About a thousand people, mainly the beneficiaries of the Mausoleum Saints who…

former president Ibrahim Boubacar Keïta back in Bamako

Former Malian President Ibrahim Boubacar Keïta, ousted in mid-August by a military coup, returned to Bamako on Wednesday night after a medical stay in the United Arab Emirates. His followers were there to welcome him. as reported from Bamako, The procession arrives at the former home of former President Ibrahim Boubakar Keïta. The vehicles come in ... We do not want to see the former head of state in person, but outside his supporters rejoice. "I am very, very happy!" Exclaims a lady who had been waiting there for an…

expected the Ghanaian president in Bamako with a message of “solidarity” from ECOWAS

The President of Ghana, Nana Akufo-Addo, the current President of ECOWAS is expected this Sunday, October 11 in Bamako for a few hours. He is the first head of state to visit Mali since ECOWAS lifted the embargo. He comes to take stock of the political transition, discuss the next steps so that the election deadlines are met. But his first message will be "solidarity with Mali". as reported from Bamako, It is first and foremost a journey to mark ECOWAS 'solidarity with Mali. The country finds its place in the…

arrival in Bamako by ex-hostages Sophie Pétronin and Soumaïla Cissé

Sophie Pétronin and Soumaïla Cissé arrived in Bamako around noon. 22 local time. The aid worker and politician were released after four years and six months in captivity, respectively. When the Malian army plane arrived from Tessalit in Bamako, the joy and relief was enormous among relatives of the ex-hostages. it is the end of an infinite waiting time several days of excitement, four years of ordeal for the French humanitarian family and more than six months of torment for those close to Soumaïla Cisse, the leader of the…

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