Steps Toward External Military Intervention in Mali: A Timeline

From Sahel Blog Thu Nov 29 2012, 08:18:22

Yesterday, United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki Moon formally "recommended that the Security Council approve an African Union peace enforcement mission be deployed to combat Islamist extremists in northern Mali, but did not offer financial support from the world body." Some ... Continue reading →

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