At Least 95 Dead in Mali as Ethnic Tensions Mount

HeadlineJun 11, 2019

In Mali, at least 95 people from an ethnic Dogon village were killed Monday in an overnight raid. The attack comes less than three months after armed men with a group identified as Dogon killed nearly 160 people from a Fulani community. No group has claimed responsibility for the latest attack, but local officials noted the increase in interethnic conflict between the Dogon and Fulani as the likely backdrop for the mass killing.

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