United Nations employee among those killed in attack on Mali hotel

By REUTERS
August 8, 2015 00:10

 
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BAMAKO- A United Nations employee was among those killed on Friday when suspected Islamist militants attacked a hotel in central Mali used by U.N. staff, the country's peacekeeping mission MINUSMA said.

"Reports indicate that a member of the international personnel associated with MINUSMA was killed during the attack," the mission said in a statement. It did not give the victim's nationality.

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