The orphans of Mali's violence

Locals say the violence between the Fulani and Dogon ethnic groups is getting worse and no one knows how it will end.

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    In central Mali, hundreds of civilians have been killed in a series of massacres in the last three months.

    It’s part of escalating conflict over land and water.

    Nearly 50,000 people have fled their homes and, in tent encampments, they care for the children whose parents are missing or dead.

    Al Jazeera's Malcolm Webb met survivors of a recent attack in Mopti Region.


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