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Malians started voting in a run-off presidential election on Sunday, with the incumbent Ibrahim Boubacar Keita expected to beat the opposition challenger Cissé for a second five-year term
Ibrahim Boubacor Keita is on the verge of winning a second term with a significant lead over rival Soumalia Cisse, but has faced accusations of ballot fixing.
Voting was briefly suspended at a polling station in a village in the northern region of Kidal after militants fired about 10 mortar bombs
Sunday's vote comes after five years of internal strife and violence
Euronews sat down with Mamoudou Gassama, the Malian migrant who scaled a building in Paris to save a child.
An illegal immigrant who climbed a high-rise to rescued a child has been hailed for his "exceptional act" by President Macron
As many as 40 Tuareg people, mostly men, have been killed in northern Mali's
Menaka region, officials say.
The ICC delivered a landmark compensation verdict over the destruction in Timbuktu
A new alliance of Islamist militant groups linked to al Qaeda on Monday has claimed responsibility for an attack on a luxury resort in Mali that killed at least five people on Sunday.
Suspected jihadists killed at least five people at a Mali luxury resort just outside the capital Bamako.
Suspected jihadists storm a tourist resort popular with Westerners in Mali
A luxury resort in Mali has come under attack by 'suspected jihadists'
In his first official visit outside Europe, president Emmanuel Macron says France will be ‘‘uncompromising’‘ in the battle against Islamist extremists in Mali.
A group linked to al Qaeda’s North African affiliate has said it carried out a suicide bombing at a military camp in northern Mali earlier on Wednesday that killed dozens of people and injured over…
A suicide bomber has detonated a vehicle packed with explosives in an army camp in northern Mali.
A gathering of 35 heads of state and government around Mali’s President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita in Bamako was a dream come true for the country’s authorities.
The 27th Africa-France summit has kicked off with more than 30 African leaders meeting with French officials in the Malian capital, Bamako.
Some say they are prepared to forgive Ahmad al-Faqi al-Mahdi for the destruction of 10 mausoleums and religious sites in Timbuktu during Mali's 2012 conflict.
Former Islamist rebel Ahmad al-Faqi al-Mahdi has been found guilty of war crimes for destroying historical sites in Timbuktu during Mali's conflict in 2012.
Malian citizen Ahmad al-Faqi al-Mahdi’s trial in the International Criminal Court in The Hague is a legal first.