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Tuareg rebels in Mali say they have captured a government camp


Tuareg rebels in Mali continue to be active in the east of the country, where they captured a government camp in the village of Touasse. This information came from the representative of the Coordination of Movements of Azawad (CMA) group, Mohamed El-Mawloud Ramadan. He said that their fighters were able to take control of the Mali army camp in Touasse after the clash.

This is the fifth government camp to be captured by Tuareg rebels in recent weeks, according to Reuters.

The situation in Mali remains tense due to the political crisis and threats. Since 2012, the country has been gripped by jihadist and separatist uprisings and faced severe consequences, including mass refugees and a humanitarian crisis. According to the UN, about 8.8 million people in Mali are in need of humanitarian assistance.

Earlier, Warsaw warned Kyiv about the abolition of social benefits for Ukrainians. More about this read the material Public News Service.

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