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Mali 2018 Elections: Why They Matter, And What Will Probably Happen

The elections in Mali will be held this Sunday, and a lot is at stake. Security issues, a weak economy, unemployment and poverty are some of the key issues the candidates are promising to solve.

Mali 2018 Elections: Why They Matter, And What Will Probably Happen
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