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Severe Water Shortage Hits Malian City Of Gao

Posted by: | Fri, 22 May 2015 09:11:21 GMT | View Comments

'everyone will fight': african troops, us airlift join mali operation, Gao, the largest city of mali's north, has been hit troops accompanied by french liaison officers. nigeria, a big oil producer, also plans to deploy some 1,200 troops in mali and its president, goodluck jonathan, said they would stay there until the.

Humanitarian aid for mali refugees 'inadequate', The first suicide attack took place at the end of january in the northern city of gao, days after it had been captured by french and malian forces a lack of shelter and severe water shortages." children in particular are suffering, the report says..

French troops in 'very violent' mali combat, France's defence minister has confirmed that french forces are engaged in heavy fighting in northern mali, as suicide car bombing killed six government allies in the city of kidal from the severe food crisis that has hit africa's arid sahel region..

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Neighbors hit Mali junta with border shutdown

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Neighbors hit mali junta with border shutdown - Mali will also be starved of funds from the regional bceao had now gained control of the town and said they would impose islamic law. in the northern city of gao, locals said islamists were ransacking bars and hotels serving alcohol..

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'Everyone will fight': African troops, US airlift join Mali operation

Posted by | Date: Tue, 22 Jan 2013 12:57:00 GMT | View Comments

'everyone will fight': african troops, us airlift join mali operation - Gao, the largest city of mali's north, has been hit troops accompanied by french liaison officers. nigeria, a big oil producer, also plans to deploy some 1,200 troops in mali and its president, goodluck jonathan, said they would stay there until the.

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Humanitarian aid for Mali refugees 'inadequate'

Posted by | Date: Fri, 12 Apr 2013 12:29:00 GMT | View Comments

Humanitarian aid for mali refugees 'inadequate' - The first suicide attack took place at the end of january in the northern city of gao, days after it had been captured by french and malian forces a lack of shelter and severe water shortages." children in particular are suffering, the report says..

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French troops in 'very violent' Mali combat

Posted by | Date: Wed, 27 Feb 2013 09:39:00 GMT | View Comments

French troops in 'very violent' mali combat - France's defence minister has confirmed that french forces are engaged in heavy fighting in northern mali, as suicide car bombing killed six government allies in the city of kidal from the severe food crisis that has hit africa's arid sahel region..

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North Mali schools off to a hard start

Posted by | Date: Sat, 02 Nov 2013 04:27:00 GMT | View Comments

North mali schools off to a hard start - The conflict and the food crisis that hit severe disruptions. however, mohamed lamine, whose children just returned to school, said the lack of teachers has forced double shifts while the academic calendar has been skewed. in the northern city of gao.

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Azawad: The Tuaregs’ Nonexistent State In A Desolate, Poverty-Stricken Wasteland

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Azawad: the tuaregs’ nonexistent state in a desolate, poverty-stricken wasteland - Mali, ifad warned, faces not only the severe threats of drought, recurring famines and civil war, but also suffers from the “depletion and degradation of soils, forests and water in the city of gao, the leader of the mnla movement, a man named.

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EXCLUSIVE: Hardship hits Nigerian troops in Mali as officers solicit food from locals

Posted by | Date: Mon, 11 Feb 2013 16:00:00 GMT | View Comments

Exclusive: hardship hits nigerian troops in mali as officers solicit food from locals - Nigeria is expected to send 1,200 soldiers to mali. the condition northward toward the city of gao, military insiders said the nigerian contingent is still stationed at the force headquarters in bamako. we learnt that shortage in armaments has.

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