The crisis in Mali is deepening after the arrest and resignation of the country’s interim prime minister. It comes after hopes had been rising for a chance of peace in Mali after the government had held a meeting with the two sets of rebel groups fighting for control of the north.

THE ARREST and subsequent resignation of Mali’s Prime Minister, Cheick Modibo Diarra, on December 11, 2012, has created fresh turmoil over the country's escalating crisis.

Mr Diarra, 60, was reportedly preparing to leave for a medical check-up in France when soldiers smashed down the door of his home in the capital Bamako, bundled him into a car and drove him to the Kati mi...

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France has called for a new government to be formed quickly and said the turn of events enhanced the case for foreign military intervention
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