Mali

2012


Alerts   |   Chad, Mali, Nigeria

Al-Jazeera journalists detained in Mali for two days

Two journalists were detained for attempting to visit Gao, a town that Al-Qaeda-linked militants have seized. (AFP/Issouf Sanogo)

New York, December 5, 2012--Malian authorities should immediately return the passports and equipment seized from two international Al-Jazeera journalists who were detained for more than two days over the weekend for attempting to cross into militant-controlled territory, the Committee to Protect Journalists said today.

Case   |   Mali

At least five radio stations attacked in Mali

At least five radio stations were attacked in March 2012 as Tuareg separatists, allied with extremist Islamist militants, pushed the Malian army back from the northeastern region of Gao, according to news reports.

Case   |   Mali

Journalist, fearing attack, flees town in Mali

Soumaïla Abdoulaye Maïga, a presenter with community station Radio Soni in the northeastern town of Ansongo, went into hiding on April 13, 2012, after being warned of an imminent attack by separatist fighters of the National Movement for the Liberation of Azawad (MNLA), according to local journalists. After Maïga fled, the fighters raided his house and detained a fellow journalist and friend, local journalists said.

Case   |   Mali

In Mali, Islamist militants seize, shut down two stations

Members of Ansar Dine, a Salafist militant group affiliated with Al-Qaeda, shut down two local radio stations on March 27, 2012, as they seized the northeast town of Kidal from the Malian army, according to local journalists.

Case   |   Mali

Islamist militants seize and rename radio station in Mali

Militants belonging to the Movement for Oneness and Jihad in West Africa (MUJAO), a Salafist group affiliated with Al-Qaeda, seized control of community station Radio Soni in the northeastern town of Ansongo on August 29, 2012, according to local journalists.

Case   |   Mali

In Mali, rebels assault journalist, force station off the air

Rebel fighters of the National Movement for the Liberation of Azawad (MNLA), a separatist movement of ethnic Tuaregs in northern Mali, stormed the offices of private Radio Adar Khoïma in the northeastern town of Gao on April 3, 2012, according to local journalists and news reports. The rebels kidnapped a journalist and assaulted him, and forced the station off the air for 72 hours, the sources said.

Alerts   |   Mali

In Mali, Islamic militants beat journalist, close radio station

People from Mali's north protest against the Islamist takeover of their region in the capital, Bamako, on July 4. (AP/Harouna Traore)

Lagos, Nigeria, August 7, 2012--Members of an Islamist militant group attacked a radio journalist in Mali on Sunday and ordered his station off the air, according to local journalists and news reports. The attack was in retaliation for the station's coverage of local protests, according to local journalists and a leader of the Islamist group.

Case   |   Mali

In Mali, masked gunmen kidnap, beat journalist

Unidentified armed men wearing masks abducted Abdrahmane Keïta, editor of the private bi-weekly L'Aurore, in a public square in Bamako, the capital, at about 8:30 p.m. on July 2, 2012, according to local journalists and news reports. The gunmen dragged Keïta onto their vehicle while repeatedly kicking and beating him with truncheons, the reports said.

July 9, 2012 4:31 PM ET

Tags:

Alerts   |   Mali

In Mali, journalists attacked in coup aftermath

Soldiers loyal to junta leader Amadou Sanogo have attacked and threatened several journalists in the days following the coup. (AP/Rebecca Blackwell)

New York, March 30, 2012--The Committee to Protect Journalists condemns attacks and threats against several journalists covering the aftermath of the March 22 military coup in Mali that ousted President Amadou Toumani Touré.

Blog   |   Mali

With coup, quiet #Mali generates noise on Twitter

Mali junta leader Captain Amadou Sanogo, center, poses surrounded by fellow soldiers in Bamako Thursday. (AFP/Habibou Kouyate)

Yesterday, while reporting on breaking news in Mali from studios in Atlanta, CNN Wire Newsdesk Editor Faith Karimi made an ominous observation that presaged the outcome of developments unfolding 5,000 miles away. "#Mali president @PresidenceMali has not tweeted in 10 hours after reports of gunfire and a coup attempt," she tweeted.

March 22, 2012 6:14 PM ET

Tags:

« 2010 | 2013 »