UN troops step up Mali patrols after massacre

Peacekeepers' activity boosted following attack last month in which gunmen killed more than 130 people and injured dozens of others.

    The United Nations has stepped up patrols across Mali following an attack last month in which gunmen killed more than 130 people and injured dozens of others.

    UN troops are hoping to prevent the violence from turning into an ethnic conflict.

     

    Al Jazeera's Nicolas Haque reports from Gao.


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