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Mali: France opposed to Assimi Goïta’s junta demanding an end to defence agreements

Bamako has further escalated its conflict with Paris by demanding the revocation of the defence agreements between the two countries. The French army’s chief...

French troops forced to withdraw from Mali

Since 2020 Mali’s new military regime has distanced itself from France and got closer to Russia. French troops, fighting Al-Qaida and ISIS affiliates there...

Mali-France: ‘How will we bring an end to Operation Barkhane’?

France’s President Emmanuel Macron formally announced on Thursday the end of Operation Barkhane and the European Takuba force. Paris intends to reposition itself in...

Kagame’s New Cash Cow of Dealing in Unwanted Asylum Seekers Shows Strong Potential to Make Serious Money for the Rwandan Strongman

General Paul Kagame’s role as the guardhouse chief for holding unwanted asylum seekers on behalf of the rich nations appears to be expanding. The UK media...

Rwanda Has Mobilized US$3.6 Million to Build a Vaccine-Manufacturing Plant while South Africa Raised US$711 Million

On June 30, 2021, Rwanda and South Africa announced progress in their respective efforts to building Covid19 vaccine-manufacturing plants. Rwanda announced that it has mobilized RWF3.6 billion...

FRENCH & RUSSIAN COMPETITION IN SCRUMBLING IN MALI

“I came to Bamako today and went to Gao last month to show you that France will remain engaged as long as it takes,”...

Mali coup: How to solve the conundrum

For the second time in nine months, Col Assimi Goïta has seized power in Mali, detaining transitional President Bah Ndaw and Prime Minister Moctar...

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Russian Foreign Ministry – МИД России

On May 18, Deputy Director of the Department of Africa at the Russian Foreign Ministry Oleg Ozerov was appointed...

Slavery traders tried to cheat Africans with impure Cornish copper, says study

Exclusive: German scientist analyses quality of manilla bracelets, the currency used by early enslavers Early English enslavers sourced copper from Cornwall to...

Leftist Lula Wins 1st Round of Brazil’s Presidential Elections

With 99.74 percent of the votes counted, Lula has won the first round with 48.36 percent in this Sunday's elections, leaving behind Bolsonaro, who...

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Russian Foreign Ministry – МИД России

On May 18, Deputy Director of the Department of...

Slavery traders tried to cheat Africans with impure Cornish copper, says study

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