Africa News Roundup: Davos and Africa, Arrests in Mauritania, Darfur Talks, and More

From Sahel Blog Sat Jan 26 2013, 13:04:32

Reuters: "At Davos, Bankers Close in on Africa." French and Malian soldiers may take Gao soon. Timbuktu is apparently something of a ghost town at the moment. AFRICOM: "AFRICOM Commander Addresses Concerns, Potential Solutions in Mali." Mauritania: "Mauritanian police arrested ... Continue reading →

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