World Mali: judicial victory and release for the "King of Cotton" Malian
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An admitted Connecticut gang member pleaded guilty Friday to playing a role in a shooting outside the front steps of a state courthouse. The post Heroism of Guards Detailed in Documents as Final Defendant Pleads Guilty to Shooting Outside Connecticut Courthouse first appeared on Law & Crime.An admitted Connecticut gang member pleaded guilty Friday to playing a role in a shooting outside the front steps of a state courthouse. Federal prosecutors say Laheem “Heemie” Jones, 27, of Bridgeport admitted to racketeering and attempted murder in connection with a series of shootings, including one that happened in Jan. 2000 in front of Bridgeport Superior Court on Golden Hill Street.
Bakary Togola was accused of hiking nearly 10 billion CFA francs (15 million euros). He benefited from a non-place this Monday, November 29 in Bamako. The businessman has spent more than two years in prison.
Bakary Togola and the eleven other acquitted persons were charged with infringement of public goods and complicity, false and false uses.to have, between 2013 and 2019, subtracts 9 billion 462 million CFA francs to the Confederation of Cooperative Societies of Mali Cotton Farmers, which Bakary Togola presided over a budget of some 13 billion planned for the TRAINING COTONTORS OF THE C-CPCP.
Pope to young people: We need you to protect environment
VATICAN CITY (AP) — Pope Francis on Sunday praised young people for their efforts to protect the Earth’s environment and told them to “be the critical conscience of society.” Francis celebrated Mass in St. Peter’s Basilica, filled with hundreds of young faithful, to mark a church day focused on youth in dioceses worldwide. “You have been entrusted with an exciting but also challenging task,'' the pontiff said, ”to stand tall while everything around us seems to be collapsing.
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arrested in September 2019 as part of an anti-corruption operation and on the basis of an anonymous denunciation, Bakary Togola had defended before the Court last week, claiming that no federation agricultural did not complain about its methods. His lawyers pleaded the lack of evidence and the nullity of the procedure.
This trial was very followed because Bakary Togola, who also presided over the Permanent Assembly of the Chambers of Agriculture of Mali, is much more than a peasant trade unionist.
Originally from the Sikasso region, in the south of the country, which is an owner claiming 3,000 hectares and more than 10,000 employees according to young Africa, it is deemed to be close to the political circles, in the first place of former President Ibrahim Boubacar Keïta, this who had not prevented him from being arrested while he was still in power.
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Mali: at least thirty civilians killed in an attack in the center of the country .
© AFP - Kassim Traore displaced gather in Koro, in the center of Mali, after a jihadist attack, before returning to their villages in country Dogon, June 17, 2019. (picture of illustration) This is a new attack on civilians that took place, Friday, December 3, in the center of the country. Armed men, alleged jihadists, stumbled a bus and pulled on passengers. The attack occurred near the locality of Bandiagara, in the Mopti region, in the center of the country.