Anefif or Anefis is a Saharan village and commune in the Cercle of Kidal in the Kidal Region of north-eastern Mali. The village lies 95 km southwest of Kidal on the route linking Kidal to Bourem and Gao. In 2009 the commune had a population of 5.087. The commune has a Saharian climate and is too dry for rain-fed agriculture. The annual rainfall of around 150 mm occurs between late June and early September. Most of the population are nomadic pastoralists. A battle took place near Anefif 29–30 March 2013 as part of the Northern Mali conflict. It resulted in fighters for the MNLA claiming the ...
Kidal Cercle is an administrative subdivision of the Kidal Region of Mali. The administrative center is the town of Kidal. The cercle is divided into rural and urban communes, and below this, quarters/villages. In 2009 the cercle had a population of 33.087. The climate is typical Saharian with very little rainfall and large fluctuations in temperature. The average annual rainfall is around 130 mm but there are large year-to-year variations with 204 mm recorded in 1999 and only 66 mm in 1990. The mountain region of Adrar des Ifoghas was taken by French and Chadian forces on 22 February 2013 ...
Timtaghene is a rural commune in the Cercle of Tessalit in the Kidal Region of north-eastern Mali. The main village of the commune is Inabag which is 212 km due west of Aguelhok, 242 km southwest of Tessalit and 357 km northeast of Timbuktu. In the census of 2009 the commune had a population of 2.470. The commune is entirely desert and covers an area of approximately 30.000 km 2, but it includes the settlements of Alybadine, Darassal, Tadjoudjoult, Tachrak, Tawhoutene, Tin Kar and Teghaw-Ghawen. The village of Inabag is located near the well marked as Mabroûk on maps published by Institute ...
Abeïbara is a small Saharan village and rural commune in the Abeïbara Cercle of the Kidal Region of north-eastern Mali. The commune has an area of approximately 8.320 square kilometers and contains 11 settlements. In the 2009 census it had a population of 4.585.
Abeïbara Cercle is an administrative subdivision of the Kidal Region of north-eastern Mali. The capital lies at the small town of Abeïbara. The Cercle is divided into Communes, and below this, quarters/villages. As of 2009 the cercle had a population of 10.286.
Alata is a rural commune in the cercle of Tidermene in Menaka Region of southeastern Mali. The administrative centre is at Tedjerit. The commune was created in 2001 by dividing the large rural commune of Tidermene. The implementation of Menaka Region in 2016 led to the promotion of Tidermene to a cercle, and Alata was reincorporated into it. As of 2017 the mayor is Frataye Ag Etaw.
The Bambouk Mountains are a mountain range in western Mali, near its border with Senegal. They were once a major centre for gold mining, selling the metal to Arab traders as early as the 12th century. Mali is currently the third largest producer of gold in Africa because it still mines the mountain ranges now significantly diminished deposits.
Boghassa is a Saharan village and commune in the Cercle of Abeïbara in the Kidal Region of north-eastern Mali near the border with Algeria. In the 2009 census the commune had a population of 3.401.
Cite Niger, also called "Cite du Niger" is a Bamako neighborhood and an island on the Niger river. The Cite du Niger is located in the Commune 2 of the Bamako district.
Hippodrome is a Quartier of Bamako, the capital of Mali. Many embassies are located in the quarter. Additionally, you find many restaurants, bars, foodstores and hotels in Cartier. Popular destinations include La Terrasse and sky bar. Place Geekcorps is also in the Quartier. 7 March 2015, in March 2015, Bamako shooting four people were killed and eight wounded in the restaurant on the terrace, in the area of the Racecourse.
Inekar is a village and cercle of Menaka Region in southeastern Mali. It has an area of approximately 27.000 square kilometers and in 2009 had a population of 8.714. It was previously a commune in Menaka Cercle but was promoted to the status of a cercle when Menaka Region was implemented in 2016.
Intadjedite is a rural commune in the Tin-Essako Cercle in Malis north-eastern Kidal Region. The commune of Intadjedite as well as the neighbouring commune of Alata were created by law 001–041 dated 7 June 2005.
Tessalit Cercle is an administrative subdivision of the Kidal Region of Mali. The administrative centre is the village of Tessalit. The cercle is divided into communes, and below this, quarters/villages. As of 2009 the cercle had a population of 16.289.