Hostages killed in Mali hotel siege from S.Africa, Russia, Ukraine

The three hostages killed during a siege of a hotel in Mali used by United Nations staff were from South Africa, Russia and Ukraine, a Malian military spokesman said on Saturday.
Another four foreign nationals were freed when Malian forces stormed the hotel a day after suspected Islamist gunmen took over the building in the central town of Savere, the UN mission in Mali said earlier.
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