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The long road ahead for Mali's IBK

A coup, an Islamist takeover, a foreign intervention and a refugee crisis... The people of Mali have had an eventful few months. But does the first election in six years mean that the country is now turning the corner? Laura Cellier's panel examines the many challenges ahead for Mali's new leader.

  • Abdoulaye MAIGA. Malian Engineering student, native from Gao;
  • Michael KIRTLEY. Independent journalist. Producer, The World Memory Film Project;
  • Eduardo CUE. International Affairs Editor, France 24;
  • Jeremy KEENAN. Professor of African Studies, London University - from London;
  • Thomas MARTINEZ. France 24 Correspondent - from Bamako.

Programme produced by Anelise Borges, Dheepthi Namasivayam and Diaraye Bah.

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2017-03-29 Brexit

'Thank you and goodbye': Clock starts on Brexit negotiations (part 1)

To those who still secretly wish Britain won't leave the EU, surely this is the "get over it" moment. To those who are cheering, be careful what you wish for. The British prime...

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2017-03-29 Brexit

'Thank you and goodbye': Clock starts on Brexit negotiations (part 2)

To those who still secretly wish Britain won't leave the EU, surely this is the "get over it" moment. To those who are cheering, be careful what you wish for. The British prime...

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2017-03-28 Africa

Famine as a weapon of war: 20 million lives at risk in Africa, Yemen (part 1)

Up to 20 million people face starvation in Yemen, Somalia, South Sudan and northeast Nigeria. Each case has this in common: conflict, the breakdown of public services and in the...

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2017-03-28 Africa

Famine as a weapon of war: 20 million lives at risk in Africa, Yemen (part 2)

Up to 20 million people face starvation in Yemen, Somalia, South Sudan and northeast Nigeria. Each case has this in common: conflict, the breakdown of public services and in the...

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2017-03-27 Europe

Do Russians care? Kremlin cracks down after anti-corruption protests (part 1)

Sunday saw Russia's biggest anti-government demonstrations in five years. Yet they may seem like a drop in the ocean. In cities from the Pacific port of Vladivostok to Saint...

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