By PBS NewsHour
Mali is a country renowned for its music, but in 2012, the music stopped. That year, separatist rebels and Islamic groups seized two-thirds of the country and banned any expression of art. While French and Malian forces drove the Islamists…
By Molly Knight Raskin
The northern part of Mali, in West Africa, has come under attack repeatedly since 2012, when al-Qaida linked militants seized two-thirds of the country. Today, as U.N.-led peace talks progress, Mali’s artists and scholars are joining in the fight for…
By Jeffrey Brown
For these trips, these stories, we calibrate the details so finely – the days away, the money spent, the interviews to be done, the shots we have to get, the places we have to get to. Take out one thing…
By Joshua Barajas
With fewer than 150 cases reported in the last week, the Ebola outbreak seems to be slowing in the hardest hit West African countries, the World Health Organization said Thursday.
By Alicia A. Caldwell, Associated Press
WASHINGTON — The Homeland Security Department is ending Ebola-related airport screening procedures for travelers from Mali.
The president of Mali declared the country free of Ebola on Saturday as the number of people who have been infected with the virus across West Africa rose above 16,000.
By Rialda Zukic
More than 10,000 people worldwide have been infected with the Ebola virus, the World Health Organization reported Saturday, and nearly half of those people died.
By PBS NewsHour
By Larisa Epatko
When Islamist militants took control of northern Mali in 2012, they left their mark by vandalizing the sacred sites of Timbuktu. Now, an international effort is underway to repair the damages.
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