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Latest update 20/11/2013

Mali: Long road to recovery

After a calamitous 2012, which saw a military coup and the north fall to militant groups, Mali is back from the brink following a French military intervention. Malians elected a seasoned politician in a widely hailed presidential election and UN peacekeepers are on the ground. But security is precarious and the longstanding Tuareg issue still festers.

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  • REPORTERS

    EXCLUSIVE: Mali, in the line of fire

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  • FOCUS

    On patrol with the French military in Northern Mali

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  • War in Mali: on the frontline with the French army

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  • REPORTERS

    Mali: the scars of Sharia in Gao

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  • Training up Malian forces

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  • DEBATE

    Can northern Mali be secured?

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  • AFRICA NEWS

    Mali Breakthrough: Bamako and the MNLA strike a deal

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  • THE WORLD THIS WEEK

    Special: Mali, from north to south

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  • DEBATE

    Mali conflict: Once the French have gone...

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  • DEBATE

    Mali conflict: Once the French have gone... (part 2)

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  • REPORTERS

    Timbuktu: Revenge in the shadows in northern Mali

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Background
Mali's stability still at stake a year after coup

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Mali's whisky-drinking rebel turned Islamist chief

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Is Mali's Captain Sanogo losing control of the ship?

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Strange bedfellows: The MNLA’s on-again, off-again marriage with Ansar Dine

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