Mali govt. says 25 soldiers killed in attacks by suspected jihadists

By REUTERS
October 2, 2019 00:54
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BAMAKO, Oct 1 (Reuters) - Twenty-five Malian soldiers have been killed and 60 are missing after suspected jihadists attacked two army camps in central Mali on Monday, the government said in a statement.

The authorities earlier said military posts at Boulkessi and Mondoro had been targeted, but did not indicate the number of casualties


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