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Mali: Killings, ‘Disappearances’ in Military Operations

By Human Rights Watch
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Click to expand Image A member of the Malian Armed Forces (FAMA) patrols a road in central Mali, February 2020. © 2020 Michele Cattani/AFP via Getty Images (Bamako) – Malian soldiers have allegedly killed at least 34 villagers, forcibly disappeared at least 16 people, and severely mistreated detainees during counterterrorism operations in Mali’s central Mopti region, Human Rights Watch said today. Mali’s transitional government should conduct credible and impartial investigations into these incidents. All were committed since the transitional government took power in an August 18, 2020…

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