Mali Bomb Kills Two UN Peacekeepers
A roadside bomb killed two UN peacekeeping troops in central Mali on Monday, the UN’s mission to the troubled Sahel country said. CHANNELS reports.
“This morning, a supply convoy… struck an improvised explosive device north of Mopti,” MINUSMA spokesman Olivier Salgado said on Twitter, adding that four other peacekeepers were wounded. Information Guide Nigeria
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According to CHANNELS. MINUSMA did not immediately give the nationalities of the casualties, but a security source said they were members of the force’s Egyptian contingent.
The mission’s chief, El-Ghassim Wane, vigorously condemned the attack and called on the Malian authorities “to spare no effort” in identifying those behind it.
The incident comes as the United Nations is assessing the impact on MINUSMA from France’s decision to withdraw from Mali following a rift with its ruling junta. jamb results
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