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Mali's ethnic Tuareg accuse army of abuse

Ethnic Tuareg of Kidal complain of discrimination and abuse at the hands of the Malian army.

Last Modified: 02 Apr 2013 12:22
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Malian troops are about to start some of the most intensive training they have ever received - courtesy of the European Union.

It will get underway at a base about 60 kilometres from the capital Bamako.

Nearly three months ago, France led a military intervention to drive fighters out of northern Mali.

But many people have not been won over by the government.

Al Jazeera's Mohamed Vall reports from Kidal.

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