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article 18 May 2014 World, Mali
A Tuareg man holds the MLNA flag in July 2013
Mali declares 'war' on Tuareg rebels

Mali's prime minister has said his country is "at war" with a group of Tuareg rebels after an attack on a northern town left soldiers dead and around 30 civil servants abducted.

video 15 October 2013 UK, Mali

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Africa Express: Damon Albarn returns to Mali

A host of global stars led by Blur frontman Damon Albarn are returning to Mali to help build connections and bring performers together.

post 27 July 2013
Read more from Lindsey Hilsum on her blog Mali: dangers of a rushed election

As Malians prepare to head to the election polls on Sunday, Lindsey Hilsum considers the serious implications for the country's stability if not enough people vote.

article 12 April 2013 World, Mali
Malian refugees fleeing the conflict in their own country are facing a battle against disease and manutrition in refugee camps (picture: Reuters)
Humanitarian aid for Mali refugees 'inadequate'

Humanitarian responses to refugees fleeing conflict in Mali have been "far from adequate", putting thousands at risk from malnutrition and the "deplorable" conditions in camps, a report warns.

article 23 March 2013 World, Mali
France confirms death of al-Qaeda linked Abou Zeid (Image: Reuters)
France confirms death of al-Qaeda linked Abou Zeid

France confirms "with certainty" that the al-Qaeda-linked North African warlord Abou Zeid was killed in combat with French troops in Mali in February.

article 03 March 2013 World, Algeria
The al-Qaeda commander Mokhtar Belmokhtar, who shot to prominence after the bloody Algerian gas plant hostage crisis, has reportedly been killed by Chadian soldiers in Mali.
'Mokhtar Belmokhtar killed' by soldiers in Mali

The al-Qaeda commander Mokhtar Belmokhtar, who shot to prominence after the bloody Algerian gas plant hostage crisis, has reportedly been killed by Chadian soldiers in Mali.

post 28 February 2013
Read more from Lindsey Hilsum on her blog Has France killed a top al-Qaeda commander in Mali?

Top al-Qaeda commander Abu Zeid is reported to have been killed in Mali. If true, his death will be counted by France as one of their most important victories. But who will rise up to take his place?

post 19 February 2013
Read more from Lindsey Hilsum on her blog Cameroon kidnappings: a widening al-Qaeda linked war?

As seven French tourists are kidnapped in Cameroon, International Editor Lindsey Hilsum asks if groups linked to al-Qaeda are implementing a widening war against the west.

article 11 February 2013 UK, Mali
Author Ian McEwan.
by Iraq war marchers 'vindicated' a decade on - Ian McEwan

Ten years after millions protested against the Iraq war, author Ian McEwan tells Channel 4 News the marchers were vindicated and beating al-Qaeda is no longer the "struggle of our time".