Conflict Continues in Mali Despite Negotiation Efforts
Attacks carried out by militants against military personnel in central Mali could hamper government efforts to start a dialogue process, experts have said. Mali has been struggling to contain a rebellion that erupted in the country in 2012 and which has seen thousands of civilians and military personnel lose their lives in the conflict.
MINUSMA Camp Attacked in Kidal.
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