What is 'Mali' in Italian?

'Mali' is the same in English and in Italian.

In Italian, the country's complete name is 'Repubblica del Mali'. The feminine noun 'repubblica' takes 'la' ['the'] as its definite article and 'una' ['a, one'] as its indefinite article. The word 'del' combines the preposition 'di' with the masculine singular definite article 'il' to mean 'of, from the'. The shortened country name of 'Mali' is a masculine noun. It takes 'il' as its definite article: 'il Mali'.

All together, they're pronounced 'reh-POOB-blee-kah dehl MAH-lee'.