When Mariam Diallo fled her home in Mali after Islamists threatened her for not wearing a full head scarf, she decided to grab her favorite pair of in...
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Despite the fact that Mali and its people might be a world away, they are in dire need of our help. And they need it now.
As I read the news, I shake my head -- not another war. At a certain point, I go numb from reading stories about the military intervention. But I carry on with my day.
By Louis Charbonneau UNITED NATIONS, Jan 14 (Reuters) - Tens of thousands of civilians are fleeing the latest outbreak of fighting in ...
Communities throughout the Sahel have opened their arms to Malians fleeing insecurity at home, often at great personal cost. Now it's time for the international community to do its part.
What struck me first on arriving in Burkina Faso wasn't the dust, the heat or the poverty. It was the welcome.
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