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Renewed civil war in north and central Mali threatens military anThe 20 June 2015 Malian peace agreement marked its first anniversary with the emergence of a new ethnic-Peul armed group, called the National Alliance for the Defence of Peul Identity and Restoration of Justice (Alliance nationale pour la sauvegarde de l’identité peule et la restauration de la justice: ANSIPRJ).  Malian president Ibrahima Boubacar Keita on 20 June marked the first anniversary of the peace agreement signed in Algiers, Algeria’s capital, between the government, pro-union armed groups, and pro-separatist Tuareg-Arab groups. The pro-separatist groups, comprising the Mouvement national pour la libération de l’Azawad (MNLA), Le Haut conseil pour l’unité de l’Azawad (HCUA), and the Mouvement arabe de l’Azawad (MAA), are jointly known as the Coordination des mouvements de l’Azawad (CMA).  President Keita has promised to establish interim Tuareg-Arab authorities in the north to inject new life into the peace process, which has stalled for the past 12 months. In May, the pro-union groups and the CMA both withdrew from the follow-up Agreement Monitoring Committee (Comité de Suivi de l’Accord: CSA) overseeing the implementation of the peace agreement to protest at the slow pace of the process. On 16 June, at the United Nations Security Council, Mahamat Saleh Annadif, the head of the UN Multidimensional Integrated Stabilisation Mission in Mali (Mission multidimensionnelle intégrée des Nations Unies pour la stabilisation au Mali: MINUSMurgent insecurity in the north facing UN troops.d UN troops and aviation assetscameroon

civil war in north and central Mali threatens military and UN troops and aviation assets

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