Gunmen storm a popular tourist resort near the Malian capital, Bamako. At least two people are reportedly killed. Malian troops and France's Operation Barkhane counter-terrorist force are at the site.
Troops free 20 hostages, the government says, as the resort is attacked by suspected jihadists.
- Aftermath of the President-elect Adama Barrow travels to the Malian capital of Bamako to meet with world leaders after yesterday's failed attempts at persuading incumbent president Yahya Jammeh to step down at the end of his term.
- A French Army soldier is killed and three others are injured after their convoy hit a landmine in northern Mali.
- Gunmen attack a European Union military training operation housed in a converted hotel in the Mali capital, Bamako. There are no casualties among the mission personnel. One suspect is killed and two are arrested. No group has claimed responsibility.
- Mali declares a 10-day state of emergency effective at midnight, following a series of threats from unnamed jihadist groups, and last month's siege at a Bamako hotel, where 20 people were killed.
- Ten gunmen storm the five-star Radisson Blu Hotel in the Malian capital Bamako, taking 170 hostages with at least 27 people killed. The grenade-toting assailants free captives who are able to recite the Quran. The hotel is "often used" by Air France staff.
- A suspected terrorist attack in Bamako, Mali, kills five people.
- Mali confirms that it has a new case of Ebola virus, this time in the capital Bamako.
- 2012 Mali counter-coup attempt: Heavy fighting takes place in the Malian capital Bamako between coup supporters and opponents.
- Rebelling government troops in Mali storm the state broadcaster in the capital Bamako.
- Tens of thousands of people protest against a new law which gives women equal rights in marriage in Bamako, Mali.