Mali protests: Mourners call on president to resign

Despite the support of 20,000 UN and foreign troops, the president seems unable to bring the country together.

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    A vigil was held on Saturday in Mali's capital Bamako following a series of deadly intercommunal attacks.

    The International Criminal Court is investigating allegations of crimes against humanity and the president of Mali is under increasing pressure to deliver on his promise for peace.

    Al Jazeera's Nicolas Haque reports from Bamako.


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