Country has suffered from being bounded by Morocco in the north, Mauritania in the south and Algeria to the east
Demalvilain became an official member of F2, which provided vital information to the allies from the German invasion of France in June 1940 until after the D-Day landings four years later
The aircraft, which was carrying 112 passengers, landed safely
The network faces a High Court winding up petition brought by a British television company
Oxfam has described the situation as 'serious and deteriorating'
The explosion set off a fire that raged for hours, according to witnesses
The Islamic State has already expanded its footprint well beyond Syria and Iraq, with militants in Afghanistan, Libya, Yemen, Nigeria and other countries pledging allegiance to the extremists
The staff have been responsible for caring for militants from both side of the conflict
Bribery and corruption are not just African problems. David Cameron must tackle corporate wrongdoing at home first
The ties of the Commonwealth should be a help to Britain, not an embarrassment
In the Central African Republic, the pontiff will meet mutually suspicious Muslim and Christian communities
'Africa is changing now probably faster than any continent in human history'
Mali has a complicated recent history of insurgency and jihadist attacks
Malian security services have assaulted the building and are clearing the hotel 'room by room'
Early reports claimed as many as five people were killed
Experts warn of 'disturbing' implications for epidemic of alcohol related harm in the developing world, particularly Africa