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Tiemoko Diallo

Tiemoko Diallo

    Girl dies from Ebola in Mali, WHO fears exposure
    Girl dies from Ebola in Mali, WHO fears exposure
    The World Health Organisation is concerned many people were exposed to the two-year-old girl who was Mali's first confirmed Ebola case.
    Keita wins Mali elections
    Keita wins Mali elections
    Ibrahim Boubacar Keita, an ex-prime minister with a reputation for firmness, has won Mali's presidential election.
    Malian army launches counter-offensive to seize key town
    Malian army launches counter-offensive to seize key town
    Mali's army has launched a counter-offensive to retake the central town of Konna seized by rebels, military sources and local residents said.
    Mali's Prime Minister Diarra resigns after arrest
    Mali's Prime Minister Diarra resigns after arrest
    Mali's Prime Minister Cheick Modibo Diarra has resigned hours after being arrested by soldiers while trying to leave the West African nation.
    Mali rebels attack Timbuktu
    Mali rebels attack Timbuktu
    Residents say insurgents are besieging Timbuktu as they take their fight for a homeland for the nomadic Tuareg to one of the last government holdouts.
    Rebels advance in Mali as deadline looms for coup leaders
    Rebels advance in Mali as deadline looms for coup leaders
    Mali's army has abandoned bases around the northern town of Gao to rebels while the leaders of a coup faced a deadline to start handing back power.
    Renegade soldiers claim overthrow in Mali
    Renegade soldiers claim overthrow in Mali
    Renegade Malian soldiers have gone on television to declare their seizure of power in protest the government's failure to quell a northern rebellion.
    Rogue troopers storm Mali palace in coup d'etat bid
    Rogue troopers storm Mali palace in coup d'etat bid
    Renegade Mali soldiers claim to have seized the presidential palace and arrested several ministers after a gun battle, in an apparent coup d'etat.
    West African leaders move to starve Gbagbo of funds
    West African leaders move to starve Gbagbo of funds
    West African presidents tightened the screws on Côte d'Ivoire's Laurent Gbagbo on Saturday, ridding him of an ally at the top of the central bank.
    Landmines kill 11 in Mali desert conflict
    Landmines kill 11 in Mali desert conflict
    At least 10 civilians and one soldier were killed in northern Mali on Thursday when their vehicles hit landmines planted by suspected Tuareg rebels. The casualties in the north of the Sahel state followed three attacks this week by the Malian rebels in the desolate mountain region near the border with Algeria and Niger.