Senegalese police officers serving with the UN Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in Mali (MINUSMA), patrol the streets of the city of Gao, in Mali. UN Photo/Marco Dormino
Al Jazeera: Mali: Up to 20 dead as fighting threatens peace deal
Pro-government militia and Tuareg rebels clash in northern town of Kidal, raising fears for a fraying peace agreement.
Up to 20 people have been killed and at least 40 others wounded, according to health workers, in two days of fighting in northern Mali threatening a shaky year-old peace deal.
The Tuareg-dominated Coordination of Azawad Movements (CMA) and rival Gatia militia fighters, who had peacefully shared control of the town of Kidal since February, clashed for a second day on Friday, the UN mission in Mali (MINUSMA) said in a statement
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More News On The Ongoing Fighting In Mali
Up to 20 dead as northern Mali fighting threatens peace deal -- Reuters
Mali rocked by renewed violence in Kidal -- France 24
Separatist fighting breaks out in Mali -- DW
Fears for peace deal as fighting flares in Mali's desert north -- Reuters
Fighting in northern Mali threatens peace deal -- Al Jazeera
Mali: UN mission condemns renewed clashes between armed groups in country's north -- UN News Centre
Mali: The North Loses Patience -- The Strategy page