U.N. to investigate massacre of 157 Malian villagers

Mali's President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita stands at a mass grave after an attack by gunmen on Fulani herders in Ogossagou, Mali March 25, 2019. Picture taken March 25, 2019. Malian Presidency/Handout via Reuters

BAMAKO (Reuters) – The United Nations has dispatched human rights experts to central Mali to investigate a weekend massacre of at least 157 villagers seen as one of the worst acts of bloodshed in a country beset by ethnic violence. The attack, in which women and children were burned in their homes by gunmen, escalated […]

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