Violence in Mali Continues Despite Heavy International Presence

Tensions among ethnic communities have surged since the government started battling extremists in its desert territories. Dogon tribe-members reportedly burned a large portion of a Muslim Fulani village recently while a delegation from the UN Security Council was visiting the Sahel to evaluate militant threats that has crippled the region.

  • Mali:   More Than 100 Killed in Ethnic Massacre

    Deutsche Welle, 23 March 2019

    Dogon tribe-members reportedly burned a large portion of a Muslim Fulani village. Tensions among ethnic communities have surged since the government started battling extremists in… Read more »

Mixed patrol in Mali (file photo).

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