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Al-Qaeda-linked jihadists claim responsibility for Mali resort

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An Al-Qaeda-linked jihadist alliance claimed responsibility today for an attack on a tourist resort near Mali's capital that killed five people, in a statement carried by Mauritanian agencies and posted on

The Group to Support Islam and Muslims, a fusion of jihadist groups with previous Al-Qaeda links, said in a statement three "martyrs" had killed westerners, including members of the European Union's mission in the country, in yesterday's assault on the Kangaba Le Campement resort.

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Al-Qaeda-linked jihadists claim responsibility for Mali resort

An Al-Qaeda-linked jihadist alliance claimed responsibility today for an attack on a tourist resort near Mali's capital that killed five people, in a statement carried by Mauritanian news agencies and posted on social media. The Group to Support Islam and Muslims, a fusion of jihadist groups with previous Al-Qaeda links, said in a statement three "martyrs" had killed westerners, including members of the European Union's mission in the country, in yesterday's assault on the Kangaba Le Campement resort. An Al-Qaeda-linked jihadist alliance claimed responsibility today for an attack on a tourist resort near Mali's capital that killed five people, in a statement carried by Mauritanian agencies and posted on

The Group to Support Islam and Muslims, a fusion of jihadist groups with previous Al-Qaeda links, said in a statement three "martyrs" had killed westerners, including members of the European Union's mission in the country, in yesterday's assault on the Kangaba Le Campement resort.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Al-Qaeda-linked jihadists claim responsibility for Mali resort

An Al-Qaeda-linked jihadist alliance claimed responsibility today for an attack on a tourist resort near Mali's capital that killed five people, in a statement carried by Mauritanian agencies and posted on

The Group to Support Islam and Muslims, a fusion of jihadist groups with previous Al-Qaeda links, said in a statement three "martyrs" had killed westerners, including members of the European Union's mission in the country, in yesterday's assault on the Kangaba Le Campement resort.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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