Protests in Mali against president for failing to stop violence

The killing of at least 157 people is believed to be the deadliest incident of ethnic violence in Mali in a generation.

    Thousands of protesters in Mali have condemned the government, saying it is not doing enough to stop ethnic violence.

    The demonstration - one of the biggest in recent years - follows the killing of almost 160 villagers from the Fulani community.

    Al Jazeera's Priyanka Gupta reports.


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