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The Motion of Tectonic Plates provides a great introduction to the subject of the Earth’s outer crust. Please see more South Africa, printable vector map Adobe Illustrator editable, full vector, scalable, editable, text format names related maps. This Story Map explores the forces that cause the tectonic plates to move, the seismic cycle and the causes of earthquakes and volcanic eruptions.
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The landlocked West African country of Mali experienced rapid economic growth after the 1990s, coupled with a flourishing democracy and relative social stability.
After independence from France in 1960, Mali suffered droughts, rebellions, a coup and 23 years of military dictatorship until democratic elections in 1992.
In 2013, France intervened militarily upon the government’s request following the capture of the town of Konna and its troops overran Islamist strongholds.
The north remains tense, however, with both Tuareg separatists and Islamists sporadically active.
Mali is self-sufficient in food and is also one of Africa’s major cotton producers. A chronic foreign trade deficit makes it nonetheless heavily dependent on foreign aid and remittances from Malians working abroad.
Mali is renowned worldwide for having produced some of the stars of African music, most notably Salif Keita.