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ISS: Settling local disputes is key to peace in Central Mali

On 15 October, 11 civilians were killed by assailants on a motorcycle in Telly in Central Mali’s Mopti region. This attack occurred barely two days after Prime Minister Soumeylou Boubèye Maïga visited the district to affirm the return of the state to this region.

Making their mark – Guinean peacekeepers in Mali

As the sun rises over Mali’s vast desert, a group of 20 men prepare equipment and line up to receive instructions before heading out for the first patrol of the day on one of the most dangerous roads in the region.

First independent power project in Mali

Mali’s first independent power project - a 122 million euro ($139.06 million), 90-megawatt diesel plant - will go online next week in the country’s gold-rich south-west, a board member of the operator said.

UN peacekeeping chief concerned about Malian insecurity

After commending the “overall peaceful” climate in which the Malian elections were held in July, the United Nations peacekeeping chief said last week he is “extremely concerned” over increasing attacks by armed insurgents against a backdrop of continued delays in implementing the 2015 peace agreement.

Royal Air Force C-17 arrives in Mali for the first time

A Royal Air Force C-17 Globemaster III transport aircraft has arrived at Gao airfield in Mali for the first time. The flight was to deliver supplies to the Royal Air Force (RAF) Chinook Detachment currently deployed supporting French operations there.

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