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The Woman King delivers a brilliant African story unfettered by many tired tropes

Mail Guardian South Africa 05 Oct 2022
Set in 1823, the film hints at several important historical events of the era and honestly portrays many crucial debates and interpretations of African agency and warfare of the time ... Much of the wealth of the kingdom was tied to slavery, but then again, so were the economies of most world powers at the time and especially western European powers.
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Imperialist Militarism and the African Crisis

GlobalResearch 03 Oct 2022
‘This is the first time they have posed such a dangerous military threat.’ The army mutineers who seized control of Mali’s government say they have been taking heavy casualties in the recent fight against the Tuareg rebels, because Toure never provided them with adequate weapons or resources.
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Aiko Melendez defends Toni Gonzaga: ‘Why blame it on the endorser?’

Manila Bulletin 02 Oct 2022
Sana magstick po tayo na mali ang timing ng ginawa Shopee sa pagalis ng mga tauhan nila at pagbabawas ... Pero mali naman ang atakihin nyo ang kinuha nilang endorser dahil iba ang political leanings nya,” she wrote ... “Bad timing lang to announce the new endorser ...
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Climate Defender’s Mental Health Application Succeeds in Court

Sydney Criminal Lawyers 30 Sep 2022
Mali Cooper was the courageous Blockade Australia climate defender, who, on 27 June 2022, as part of a broader citywide protest blocked the northern entrance to the Sydney Harbour Tunnel with their car, causing morning peak hour disruption, aiming to alert the wider public to the climate crisis.
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African Union 20 years on: A retrospective

Mail Guardian South Africa 30 Sep 2022
Twenty years on is an opportune time to take stock of achievements and missed opportunities towards the AU meeting its core objectives ... Military regimes in Togo, Mauritania, Madagascar, Niger, Egypt, Sudan, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Mali and Burkina Faso were at various times suspended from the AU.
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Modern morals: Do I have to choose between my sister and her estranged daughter?

Belfast Telegraph 30 Sep 2022
At the same time, I don’t want to fall out with my sister and cause yet another divide in the family ... But as clinical psychologist and author Dr Malie Coyne explained when I shared your dilemma with her, sometimes things can be both/and. “A lot of the time, family rifts are caused by a non-permission of the ‘and’,” she says.
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Modern Morals: My sister wants me to choose between her and her estranged daughter

Irish Independent 30 Sep 2022
Your sister says it’s either her or her daughter…But as clinical psychologist and author Dr Malie Coyne explained when I shared your dilemma with her, sometimes things can be both/and.“A lot of the time, family rifts are caused by a non-permission of the ‘and’,” she says.
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Australia hands Canada its first loss of World Cup, 75-72

The Galveston Daily News 27 Sep 2022
Serbia topped Mali 81-68 to keep alive its quarterfinal hopes ... It was the first time in the tournament she didn't score at least 15 points. SERBIA 81, MALI 68. Sasa Cado scored 20 points and Tina Krajisnik added 17 to help Serbia top Mali and reach the quarterfinals.
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France beat Mali to close in on quarters

The Wire Network 26 Sep 2022
Gabby Williams produced a stellar all-round performance Sunday as France moved closer to a quarter-final berth at the women's basketball World Cup with a 74-59 victory over Mali in Sydney. France began as strong favourites, but started slowly and were rattled by an aggressive Mali.
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Polisario Militiamen, Agents Denounced at UN Human Rights Council

Ghana Business News 26 Sep 2022
... not only among the residents of the Tindouf camps, but also in Mauritania, Mali, South Korea, France, Spain and Morocco”, alerted, for the umpteenth time, speakers before the participants of the 51st session of the Human Rights Council, who came from all over the world.
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Mali leader lashes out at France, U.N.

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 25 Sep 2022
He slammed what he called France's "unilateral decision" to relocate its remaining troops to neighboring Niger amid deteriorating relations with Mali's two-time coup leader, Col ... "We must recognize that nearly 10 years after its establishment, the objectives for which MINUSMA was deployed in Mali have not been achieved," Maiga said.
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At UN, Mali army-appointed PM slams France, praises Russia ties

Al Jazeera 24 Sep 2022
Addressing the 77th session of the UN General Assembly on Saturday, Abdoulaye Maiga slammed what he called France’s “unilateral decision” to relocate its remaining troops to neighbouring Niger amid deteriorating relations with Mali’s two-time coup leader Assimi Goita.
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Mali’s prime minister denounces France, hails Russia at UN

Press TV 24 Sep 2022
He also slammed what he called France’s “unilateral decision” to relocate its remaining troops to neighboring Niger amid deteriorating relations with Mali’s two-time coup leader, Colonel Assimi Goita. The Malian official praised the “exemplary and fruitful cooperation between Mali and Russia.”.
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Mali prime minister lashes out at France, UN, regional bloc

Federal News Radio 24 Sep 2022
Mali’s prime minister lashed out Saturday at everyone from former colonizer France to the U.N ... In his speech to the General Assembly, Maiga slammed what he called France’s “unilateral decision” to relocate its remaining troops to neighboring Niger amid deteriorating relations with Mali’s two-time coup leader, Col.
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China on Taiwan: ‘External interference’ won’t be tolerated

The Associated Press 24 Sep 2022
Mali’s prime minister lashed out Saturday at former colonizer France, the U.N ... Mali and Russia.” ... And he slammed what he called France’s “unilateral decision” to relocate its remaining troops to neighboring Niger amid deteriorating relations with Mali's two-time coup leader, Col.

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