Eric Kamdem runs a shelter for migrants in the northern Malian city of Gao. He has a painting hung on the wall. It's a very special work of art.
German soldiers were on patrol in eastern Mali when a smoke grenade was unexpectedly set off. The Bundeswehr have opened an investigation into the incident.
With coronavirus cases on the rise, the government has declared a medical emergency in the country. But people will still head to the polls on Sunday to vote for a new parliament.
Militants deemed jihadis by the Malian government have attacked armed forces on patrol duty. It was the second mass attack this month in the country, which has witnessed a surge in violence.
During a visit to Mali, German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas has said the worse thing Germany could do would be to pull troops out of the country.
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