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French journalists kidnapped at gunpoint and killed in Mali
Kidal - Two French journalists,were murdered in Mali, North Africa, Saturday, just hours after being kidnapped by insurgents. The two journalists have been identified as 57-year-old Ghislaine Dupont and sound technician, Claude Verlon, aged 55.
Timbuktu surrounded by rebel Tuaregs
The nomadic Tuaregs of northern Mali have joined forces with Islamic extremists to seize control of the north of the country, and now surround the legendary town of Timbuktu.
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