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Originally posted on Nivien Saleh:
Here’s a short news clip in which I appear commenting on the conflict in Mali and its impact on Algeria: The video aired on Phoenix’s Channel Three on Tuesday, January 29. Read the accompanying story.

Originally posted on Rivers of Hope:
View PhotoAssociated Press/Baba Ahmed – In this photo taken Saturday Jan. 26, 2013 Bawba Mint Baba Ahmed is photographed in Mopti, Mali. Bawba Mint Baba Ahmed’s sewing teacher singled her out in front of the class, telling …more  RELATED CONTENT View PhotoPeople dressed in colorful dress … View PhotoFrench soldiers are…

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Originally posted on AMEBOR GIST:
In his world of innocence, in an age that is supposed to be an age of gold turned an age of steel, an age that advertises the complete breakdown of human wisdom, he, possibly, may not be able to phantom the enormity of the cruel event of that sunny day,…

Originally posted on The More Things Change:
This is part 2 to a round-up of interesting pieces (some related to France’s intervention in Mali, some not) I’ve found on Mali. Part 1 is available here. General “Crisis in Mali having far-reaching impact on rest of West Africa, warns UN envoy” – UN article “Guide to…

Originally posted on The More Things Change:
There’s been some very interesting pieces written about Mali in the past few weeks which I wanted to share as I’ve found them very useful in understanding the current situation. I originally wanted to keep this to analytical pieces related to France’s involvement in Mali but I thought…

Originally posted on Dekhnstan:
Yes We Can? The French rightly pride themselves on having inspired American remakes like “the Dinner for Schmucks” and “True Lies.” They also rightfully complain that Americans always spoiled the artistic touch in the original movies. For once the roles are reversed in real life and not on cinema reels. The…