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Georges Attino Coulibaly

Bamako, Mali
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About Georges
Georges Attino Coulibaly is a journalist based in Bamako, Mali.
Bambara English French
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The Great Mosque of Djenné in Mali Gets a New Look

05 Jun 2023  |  dw.com
On June 4th in Mali, thousands participated in the plastering of the Great Mosque of Djenné, a significant cultural event. The last plastering was scheduled for 2019 but was postponed due to security issues. The mosque, one of the largest mud-brick buildings in the world, was renovated in a festive atmosphere with community members of all ages contributing. Materials have changed due to rising costs, with only rice chaff now used. The event symbolizes sharing, solidarity, and is crucial for preserving the mosque before the rainy season. The successful completion of the plastering is seen as a boost for peaceful coexistence among diverse communities in the region.

Malian opinion divided on the presence of MINUSMA

02 May 2023  |  dw.com
In Mali, public opinion is split regarding the United Nations' MINUSMA mission. Civil society movements in Bamako criticize MINUSMA for its inefficiency, with the Yerewolo movement actively campaigning for its withdrawal. As the mandate renewal approaches, spokesperson Bill Traoré emphasizes the importance of mobilizations to prevent its extension. Conversely, in the northern region of Gao, the presence of MINUSMA is valued for providing job opportunities amidst an economic crisis. Halidou Malick, the secretary-general of Gao's regional civil society council, highlights MINUSMA's role in the peace and reconciliation agreement and expresses concern over the potential consequences of a premature withdrawal.

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