The murder of more than 150 people in central Mali and the army's obvious failure to prevent it and potential complicity in it, is the genie that won't go back in the box.
Ça chauffe au Burkina, just like we knew it would. News came this morning that the
So Ebola’s in Manhattan. Now it’s touched my two homes. Thursday we heard that the virus
We don’t live in a world of heroes, but at rare moments we celebrate those who
In Mali, it’s taken to be a good sign when a journey begins under the rain.
Where to begin with the foolishness that is Jon Lee Anderson’s recent article on Mali in
Flying back from Dakar and Bamako to my home near “Little Senegal,” I snatched up Courrier
Bamako doesn’t feel like the capital of a country at war. True, people are stressed, and
Mali is short of heroes at the moment. War in the north has produced very few,
News came yesterday, violent, rotten news. It’s been a steady rhythm from Mali, a country that
Remember Susan Rice, the U.S. Secretary of State who wasn’t? It might seem old news now,
Whew, Mali. French air raids against Islamist positions in Mali began Thursday night, and the dust