7 January 2013

Mauritania: MNLA Fighters Seek Refuge in Mauritania

Some 84 fighters from the National Movement for the Liberation of Azawad (MNLA) fled Mali for the Mauritanian town of Bassiknou, ANI reported on Sunday (December 6th). After turning over 25 all-terrain vehicles, weapons and ammunition to Mauritanian military forces, the Touareg separatists were allowed to join other Malian refugees at the M'berra camp.

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