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2 Navy SEALs Under Investigation In Death Of Army Green Beret In Mali
Staff Sergeant Logan Melgar may have died from strangulation.
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Can The Pentagon Win When Putsch Comes To Shove?
Managing Editor, TomDispatch.com
Cross-posted with TomDispatch.com Winning! It’s the White House watchword when it comes to the U.S. armed forces. “We will
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Militants In Mali Release Video That Appears To Show 6 Western Hostages
A narrator speaking in English said the clip showed hostages from South Africa, France, Colombia, Australia, Romania and Switzerland.
Luc Gnago / Reuters
Gunmen Attack Popular Resort Outside Mali's Capital
Malian security forces rescued dozens of people and killed five militants involved in the attack.
Reuters TV / Reuters
The Convening Power Of Worms
CEO of The END Fund
In certain circles, I’m starting to be known as the “worm lady”. This is partly on account of the large jar of worms I sometimes
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Disease That Causes 3-Foot Worm To Grow In Body Eliminated From Mali
Former President Jimmy Carter's foundation has been a driving force behind wiping out the disease.
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French-Swiss Aid Worker Sophie Petronin Kidnapped In Northern Mali
So far, no one has made a claim of responsibility.
Reuters Staff / Reuters
Climate Change This Week: Arctic Frying Disaster, Community Solar Is Competitive, And More!
Mary Ellen Harte
Biologist and author
Help Mariam Get School Lunches Again
Author, 'Ending World Hunger' Feeding America Blogger Council,...
Extremist Sentenced To 9 Years For Destroying Timbuktu's Holy Shrines
This is the first case of its kind to focus on the destruction of cultural heritage.
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What's at Stake When the Clinton Global Initiative Annual Meeting Ends?
Founder and CEO of Muso
China's Military Push In Africa Is Unlikely To End Anytime Soon
Beijing is no longer happy simply playing a low-key support role to peacekeeping operations on the continent.
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Policeman In Italy Fatally Shoots African Migrant Who Wounded Him
The tragedy highlights the harsh conditions at camps for seasonal workers.
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Mali Terror Threat Intensifies
Vice President, UN Foundation
The crisis in Mali has landed upon front pages again this week, and what has become a recurring headline is cause for concern: 'Terror groups target United Nations peacekeepers.'
How We're Fighting Conflict and Fragility Where Poverty is Deepest
Sri Mulyani Indrawati
Chief Operating Officer and Managing Director, World Bank
New Fronts Emerge in Africa's "Arc of Terrorism"
Young Professionals in Foreign Policy
YPFP Fellowship Program
3 Years After French Intervention In Mali, Refugees Still Afraid To Go Home
Three years after the French intervention in northern Mali, thousands of refugees in neighboring Burkina Faso are still afraid
Gunmen Attack EU Military Training Base In Mali
BAMAKO, March 21 (Reuters) - Unidentified gunmen attacked a hotel in Mali's capital Bamako on Monday that had been converted
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On the "A" w/Souleo: Angélique Kidjo Challenges Media Sensationalism With New Anchor Role
Peter 'Souleo' Wright
Journalist and curator
'They Will Have To Kill Us First' doc released in the US
Journalist based in Oslo
Why Niger's Presidential Election Matters
Associate Professor of Francophone and Africana Studies at the...
Nigerians want and need a government that effectively represents the majority's interests, but many citizens are understandably disaffected and impoverished.
As in Syria, Sahel's Crisis Deserves Tireless and Concerted Action
UN Assistant Secretary-General and Regional Humanitarian Coord...
Leaders of the world are coming together in London this week for all the right reasons: As the violence continues unabated, stoking more turmoil in an already restive region, standing by the Syrians is unquestionably our collective duty.
Morocco's Dependable Friendship Warrants American Gratitude and Support
Amb. Marc Ginsberg
Fmr. U.S. Ambassador to Morocco; White House Middle East Adviser
Morocco has earned a particular expression of gratitude lately because of what its government has accomplished just this year alone in our joint battle against radical Islam.
Why Are Indian kids Smaller Than African kids? Hint: It's Not Race
Chief of Water, Sanitation and Hygiene, and Associate Director...
It is 2016. We know what to do and we know how to do it. India's children, and all children around the world, deserve a chance to grow tall and strong and live healthy and productive lives.
Acts of Terror Point to Failed Global System
Author, "New Confessions of an Economic Hitman"
The world's crises, whether they involve climate change, hundreds of thousands of wandering homeless refugees, or acts of terror are symptoms of a failed global system. It is a system that is based on killing people and destroying the very resources that drive the economy.
Suspected Jihadists Kill 3 At U.N. Base In North Mali
BAMAKO, Nov 28 (Reuters) - The United Nations said unknown attackers fired rockets at a U.N. peacekeeping base in Kidal in
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