Govt Evacuates 41 Trafficked Girls From Mali
[Premium Times] The Federal Government on Monday evacuated 41 Nigerian girls who were trafficked to Mali for forced labour and sexual exploitation.
Trafficking - Govt Evacuates 41 Girls From Mali
[Daily Trust] The federal government yesterday evacuated 41 Nigerian girls who are victims of human trafficking from Bamako Mali.
Nigerian Human Trafficking Victims Deported From Mali
[This Day] About 41 Nigerian girls who were victims of human trafficking billed to be taken to Europe through road and sea were monday deported from Mali, their enroute destination.
Under-20 Coach Sets Eyes On Mali After Winning Start
[Zambia Reports] After a winning starting in the Under-20 Africa Cup, Zambia coach Beston Chambeshi has set his eyes on Mali too to secure a semi-final slot with victory on Wednesday.
Airspace Agreement With Mali to Boost Trade
[New Times] Trade and tourism between Rwanda and Mali could flourish following a new bilateral Airspace Service Agreement signed yesterday in Kigali.
Real Bamako Officials Spy On Rivers United
[This Day] Officials of Malian club, AS Real Bamako were spotted at the weekend in Ibadan, keeping a close watch and taking notes on the activities of reigning Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) runners-up, Rivers United FC.
Morocco Flexes Economic Muscle to Return to AU
[Africa Renewal] "It is a beautiful day when one returns home after too long of an absence," King Mohammed VI of Morocco said after the North African country was readmitted to the African Union (AU) at its summit in January.
Gambia Paired With Mali in Chan Qualifiers
[The Point] The Gambia have been paired with Mali in the preliminaries qualifiers of the CHAN 2018 to be hosted in Kenya.
Chan - Mali Test for Gambia
[Foroyaa] Gambia will get another chance at making it to the CHAN tournament proper after suffering a brutal exit the Â last time two years ago.
Peace in Mali - One Step Forward, Two Steps Back
[ISS] A week later, on 26 January, Malian intelligence services arrested two individuals suspected of planning a terrorist attack in the capital, Bamako. According to preliminary findings of the investigation, the individuals are suspected to belong to al-Mourabitoun, a group allied to al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb.
New Law a Glimmer of Hope for Women's Land Rights in Mali
[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Katibougou, Mali -Wearing a long white tunic covered with bright-coloured patterns, Aminata Berthe bends to water a plot of lettuce with a can in this village near Bamako, the Malian capital.