Wednesday October 28, 2020

Violence still engulfing Mali as terror groups take over

International efforts to restore order in war-torn Mali gathered pace last week as aid agencies claimed a humanitarian disaster was imminent.

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A woman arrives in the southern Malian city of Bamako last Wednesday. Photo: Getty

International efforts to restore order in war-torn Mali gathered pace last week as aid agencies claimed a humanitarian disaster was imminent, and regional analysts warned al-Qaeda was establishing terror groups across north Africa.

Concerns over the future of the impoverished country have been growing because of a *coup d'etat *that unseated the democratically-elected government, based in the south, and the escalating rebellion in the north.

Last Wednesday, it was reported that Tuareg rebels and Islamic...

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