WEST AFRICA SAHEL MALI

Lowdown on international intervention to help unlock Bamako political standoff

A large rally organised by the opposition coalition in Bamako on 18 June.
A large rally organised by the opposition coalition in Bamako on 18 June. © Reuters
ECOWAS mission, UN intervention and AU action - the international community is concerned to see a key country in the fight against terrorism in the Sahel at a political impasse and has stepped up its action. Meanwhile, the M5 protest movement is still calling for Keïta to go. [...] (455 words)
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