Suspensions were placed on the West African nation following a bloodless coup in August.
Ibrahim Boubacar Keita’s attempts to appease pro-democracy demonstrators over the past several months were deemed inefficient.
Fourteen demonstrators were killed as thousands of young people took to the streets demanding the resignation of President Keita following accusations of election fraud.
Last week, France announced that it had successfully test fired a Reaper drone, and two days later, the military had put it to use.
"I told him that in recognition of this act of heroism he would be regularized as soon as possible and that the Paris fire brigade was ready to welcome him."
The team heads to Myanmar to investigate the fate of the Rohingya, then we take you to Mali to check out the peacekeeping mission there.
The year-long commitment includes six helicopters, an undisclosed number of troops and no clear goal of what a successful mission would look like.
Trump takes another wild U-turn—this time on gun control, Hope Hicks to resign, UN humanitarian chief pleads for Syria ceasefire, and more.
The Dean of American Rock Critics reviews two albums from Youssou N'Dour and one each from Tal National, Les Filles de Illighadad, Songhoy Blues, and Amadou & Mariam.
Canada stalls on deploying troops into Mali amid simmering conflict involving Al-Qaeda, local separatists, smugglers and the government
The Dean of American Rock Critics reviews 'The Rough Guide to the Music of West Africa' and Trio da Kali & Kronos Quartet's 'Ladilikan.'
CBO estimates 22 million more uninsured under GOP plan, US says Syria may be planning new chemical attack, American popularity abroad dives under Trump, and more.