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UN peacekeeping operation in Mali all set to end after decades

The UN peacekeeping operation in Mali is poised to complete its drawdown on Sunday following a decade of multifaceted efforts to support the West African nation and its people after Malian authorities requested earlier this year to end the mission by 31 December.

Nine people die in attack in central Mali

Bamako: At least nine civilians were killed and 61 others injured in a car bomb attack mounted by the Armed Terrorist Groups (GAT) at an airport area in central Mali.

Mali: Military must ‘scrupulously’ respect human rights and free civilian leaders

New York: A UN independent human rights expert said on Wednesday that Mali’s new military authorities should “scrupulously respect human rights” and release all leaders detained in last week’s coup.

Implementing peace deal only path for stabilization in Mali: UN peacekeeping chief

New York/IBNS: Implementation of the 2015 peace agreement in Mali provides the only pathway for stabilization there, the head of UN peacekeeping told the Security Council on Wednesday.

Some progress made towards security in Mali, but still a long way to go, Security Council hears

New York: Some progress has been made towards restoring peace and stability in Mali as outlined in a fragile 2015 peace deal, yet sustainable peace developments are not happening fast enough, the Security Council heard on Tuesday.