Mali

The Republic of Mali is a Western African landlocked country whose capital is Bamako. It covers more than 178,839 sq mi and has a population of 14.5 million as of 2009. Some of its natural resources are gold, salt and uranium.

Asked in Religion & Spirituality, Mali

What were some of the Mali's important religious beliefs?

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some of their belief was that they believed in respect ancestors and so on
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What seven countries surround Mali?

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Mauritania, Algeria, Niger, Burkina Faso, Ivory Coast, Guinea and Senegal.
Asked in Mali, Languages and Cultures

What languages are spoken in Mali?

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The official Language of Mali Africa is French :) French French is the official language, but numerous other languages are spoken, depending on where you are and who you're speaking to - Bambara (Bamanankan), Peuhl (Fulani), Malinke, Dogon, Tamashek, Songhai, etc. French is the official language and other language that are spoken there are African Languages They speak bambara and french Mali is a multilingual country with as many as 49 languages or dialects spoken. French is the official language although it is rarely spoken as a first language. The traditional (national) and most widely spoken language of Mali is Bambara (Bamanankan). Yes. Bambara people from mali speak french People in Mali speak French in addition to local dialects. In Mali they mostly speak French and Bambara, an African language There are about 40 African languages spoken in Mali today, with the only official language being French. The most common lingua franca is Bambara. French French is the official language of Mali. Four-fifths of the population use Bambara, one of the over 40 African languages spoken in the country. they speak spanish and english, they also speak hsinaps and hsilgen Those are the most spoken:) reliable answer Mali's major languages are French, Bamanankan, Arabic, and Bamako Sign Language. Bambara French Songhai
Asked in Mali, Mali Empire

What role did timbuktu play in mali's empire?

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Timbuktu was a trading center that now belongs to mail's territory.
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How did the Mali Empire grow and prosper?

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by monopolizing the gold trade and developing the agricultural resources along the Niger River
Asked in Mali, Slogans and Mottos

What is mali's motto?

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The motto for Mali is One People, One Goal, One Faith
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Who was Mansa Musa?

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According to the reference book "Biography": Mansa Musa (died 1337), king of the Mali empire in West Africa, is known mostly for his fabulous pilgrimage to Mecca and for his promotion of unity and prosperity within Mali. For more information on the history of Mansa Musa, see Answers.com via the Related Link.
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What is a human environmental interaction in Mali?

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desertifacation,deforestation,soil erosion drought, and not enough water
Asked in Travel & Places, Japan in WW2, History of Japan, Mali

What is the former name - until 1959 - of Mali?

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It was originally called French Sudan, ceeding from the Mail Federation which also included Senegal, and declared itself the Republic of Mali in 1959.
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Quels sont les pays sans visa avec le mali?

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je veux voiyage amerique la tine je suis malien quel son de condutions
Asked in Africa, Mali

What are some land features for Mali?

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Mali is mostly comprised of desert (the Sahara Desert). However, there are fertile areas by the Niger River which runs through the southern portion of Mali.
Asked in Mali, Ghana

What is the story about The Royal Kingdoms of Ghana and Mali and Songhay about?

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They were one of the main functioning kingdoms in sub saharan africa before they all repectively settle south, on the west african coasts. They all excelled in trading and regulating business northwest and west of africa. The akan tribes are said to descend from the ancient ghana empire.
Asked in Mali, Ghana, Songhai Empire

Why was trade crucial to the survival of Ghana mali and songhai?

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trade was crucial to the survival of ghana mali and songhai because they needed tax and other goods to take are of their teritory.
Asked in African-American History, Continents, Mali

Where is Timbuktu?

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Timbuktu is located in Mali, West Africa It is approximately N16 and W3, north of the NIger River. Timbuktu is located in the west African nation of Mali. Timbuktu is located in the country of Mali. Mali is in west Africa.
Asked in Mali, Mali Empire

What led to the decline of Mali Empire?

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After Mansa Musa died, his son Maghan took the throne. Maghan was a weak ruler. Raiders from the southeast poured into Mali. Mali never fully recovered from the attack. The Malian Empire continued to weaken and decline after.This soon lead to the uprise of the new empire Songhai,which would be the new and powerful empire after Mali had fallen.
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What did the people of ancient mali wear?

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People of ancient Mali wore things that were colorful and things that were brown for hunting to blend in
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How did Ghana and mali become wealthy?

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In the world war England took indans for slaves and Ghana let them go
Asked in Geography, Mali

What are the two main geographical features in mali?

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1. The Niger River 2. The Sahara Desert
Asked in Islam, History of Africa, Mali, Mali Empire

How did Mansa Musa spread Islam religion and education through mali?

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He built mosques and Islamic buildings of learning or funded them and preached the Islam faith on his journey to and from Mecca.
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What items were traded in mali?

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The two items that were mainly traded in Mali were gold and salt. Other items were also sometimes traded including kola nuts, slaves, cloth, ivory, metal goods, and beads.

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