Statement of ICC Prosecutor, Mrs Fatou Bensouda, On the Occasion of the Opening of the Trial Against Amadou Haya Sanogo and Other Suspects Before the Malian Judicial System - "complementarity Is Central to the Rome Statute System"
[PR Newswire] The Hague, Netherlands -In the context of the referral by the Malian authorities on 13 July 2012 of the situation in the Republic of Mali, my Office initiated an investigation which led to a warrant of arrest being issued in September 2015 against Mr Ahmad Al Faqi Al Mahdi.
'Red Berets' Trial Marks Progress in Tackling Impunity
[HRW] Dakar -The trial of the leader of the 2012 coup in Mali, Gen. Amadou Haya Sanogo, and 17 co-defendants, including other members of the Malian army, is set to begin on November 30, 2016, in the southern Malian town of Sikasso. The defendants are accused of the 2012 abduction and killing of 21 elite "Red Berets," who were detained and forcibly disappeared between April 30 and May 1, 2012, after being accused of involvement in an April 30 counter-coup against Sanogo and his loyalists.
Sahel Could Bamako Fall to the Terrorists?
[Centre 4s] Who would have thought that, almost four years - in January 2017 - after Operation Serval, Mali would still be in such an uncertain security situation?
From where I stand: Balla Mariko
[UN Women] In Mali, violence against women has reached a point that we couldn't have imagined before. We are burying our sisters today, tomorrow it could be our daughters.
Kenya Dumped Out After Mali Loss
[CAF] Debutants Kenya became the first team to be eliminated after a 3-1 defeat at the hands of Mali, their second of the tournament after losing to Ghana in a replica score-line.
Reactions - Kenya Lose Against Mali
[CAF] David Ouma (Head Coach, Kenya)
Kenya 1-3 Mali - Bassira Toure at the Double As Mali Sent Starlets Packing
[Nation] Harambee Starlets on Wednesday bowed out of the running for a place in the Africa Women's Cup of Nations semi-finals after a 3-1 loss to Mali in their second Group B match in Limbe.
Starlets Out of Cup of Nations After Mali Loss
[Capital FM] Nairobi -Harambee Starlets have been bundled out of the 2016 Africa Women's Cup of Nations after losing their second Group B match, going down 3-1 to Mali in Limbe, Cameroon.
Polls 'Tentative' Step Forward Despite Low Turnout, Protests And Violence
[RFI] Local elections in Mali on Sunday were marked by low voter turnout, protests and incidents of violence, however the polls were a step forward, according to a leading Mali specialist. The vote had been delayed three times and its success was considered a key element to a peace deal which includes the creation of interim administrations in the country.
Belgian Government Contribution Helps Saves Lives in Mali
[WFP] "The Belgian Government has been working alongside the Malian Government for more than 20 years. It remains committed to Mali and its people and will continue supporting populations, especially vulnerable communities in northern Mali who bear the brunt of the crisis," Myriam Bcquelaine, Chief of Belgium's Diplomatic Corps in Mali in said.
Harambee Starlets Face Mali in Do-or-Die Nations Cup Tie in Limbe
[Nation] Harambee Starlets will be out to collect their first ever win at the Africa Women's Nations Cup when they face Mali Wednesday evening in their second match at the Limbe Omnisports Stadium in Limbe, Cameroon.
Pre-Match Quotes - Kenya Vs Mali
[CAF] David Ouma (Head Coach, Kenya)
Violence Mars Local Elections
[Deutsche Welle] Islamist jihadists allegedly killed five soldiers transporting ballot boxes and one candidate was kidnapped as Malians headed to the polls Sunday to elect local councilors in the country's first elections since 2013.
Mali Holds Long-Delayed Polls Amid Security Fears
[Al Jazeera] Ballot boxes have been burned in Mali's Timbuktu city and one candidate was kidnapped elsewhere during the first local elections since al-Qaeda-aligned fighters were driven out from several northern towns in 2013.
Oshoala Is Heroine As Super Falcons Bash Mali
[Guardian] Limbe -Although the defending champions, Super Falcons, were expected to defeat Mali in their opening game of the on-going African Women Nations Cup, the way the girls went about the 6-0 demolition of their fellow West Africans has left fans of the other teams featuring in this championship in awe of the Nigerians.
Awcon 2016 - We Lost to a Better Nigerian Team - Mali Coach
[Premium Times] After receiving some football lessons from the Super Falcons of Nigeria in their opening game of the Africa Women Cup of Nations Cup, Mali Coach, Oumar Guindo, has given thumps up to the Coach Florence Omagbemi tutored side.
Oshoala Scores Four As Falcons Wallop Mali 6-0
[Vanguard] Four goals from superstriker Asisat Oshoala set has set the right tone for the defence of the African Women Cup of Nations.
What They Say - Nigeria Vs Mali
[CAF] Florence Omagbemi (Head Coach, Nigeria)
Super Eagles Midfielder Onazi Backs Super Falcons
[Vanguard] Super Eagles midfielder, Ogenyi Onazi, has thrown his weight behind the Super Falcons for their opening game in the on-going Africa Women Cup of Nations in Cameroon as he expects them to do Nigeria proud as they have always done.
Falcons Maul Mali
[Daily Trust] Seven-time African Women Cup of Nations and current holders Nigeria gave a hint of their intention to retain the title yesterday, when they thrashed their West African foes 6-0 in the opening match of Group B of the 10th Women Africa Cup of Nations in Limbe.