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Maimouna Moro

Timbuktu, Mali
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About Maimouna
Maimouna Moro is a journalist based in Timbuktu, Mali.
Maimouna Moro is a freelance journalist, radio and TV, videographer and photographer since 2012,
She made her debut in a film production agency then trained in journalism and communication,
collaborated with several international media including AFP, Reuters.
Bambara English French
Audio package (Radio / Podcast) Interview (Video / Broadcast) Photography
Social Cultural Breaking News

Une video sur des femmes transformatrice de dechets plastic en oeuvre d'art.

Journaliste radio et videaste, S'interesse à des sujets de proscimitès et culturelles

Mali’s prime minister and his whole government resign after massacre of some 160 herders

18 Apr 2019  |  Global News
Mali's prime minister Soumeylou Boubeye Maiga and his entire government resigned following the massacre of approximately 160 Fulani herders by an ethnic vigilante group. The resignation comes amid criticism over the government's failure to disarm militias and combat Islamist militants. The massacre, carried out by suspected Dogon hunters, and a subsequent deadly jihadist attack on an army post have intensified the nation's ongoing violence. President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita accepted the resignations, and the government has detained five suspects but has yet to disarm the implicated militia.

Mali presidential race seen facing run-off; attacks could be issue

30 Jul 2018  |  sg.news.yahoo.com
The Malian presidential election is likely heading to a run-off between Soumaila Cisse and President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita, following a vote disrupted by suspected Islamist gunmen. Cisse's campaign claims a second round is imminent, while Keita's camp acknowledges the possibility despite leading in provisional counts. Jihadist violence, particularly in northern and central Mali, has significantly impacted the election, with thousands of polling stations disrupted. The United Nations and European Union have called for transparency and peaceful acceptance of results to prevent further political and security crises.

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