In 2012, radical Islamists imposed a reign of terror on Mali's Timbuktu. Now patrolled by UN peacekeepers, the liberated city is gradually returning to normal.
Mali's prime minister and government resigned without providing a reason. The country is months from a presidential election that will take place against the backdrop of a fragile peace agreement and instability.
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A new African military force in the Sahel region could be operational in the next few months after donors pledged millions at a conference in France. Paul Melly from Chatham House talked to DW about the G5 Sahel force.
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