Mali's Tuareg rebels ready for more fighting

Fighters say they will resume attacks on army if it continues what they call ethnic cleansing in northern region.

    Politicians in Mali's capital, Bamako, are beginning talks on how to stabilise the North. But that may be a vain hope.

    Tuareg rebels tell Al Jazeera they will resume attacks on the army if it continues what the rebels call ethnic cleansing in Azawad - an area they had hoped to turn into an independent Tuareg state.

    Mohamed Vall reports from Northern Mali.


    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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