Massacre in Mali: 160 Muslim farmers killed by suspected militiamen, President vows ‘justice will be done’

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Malian President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita on Monday vowed to beef up security as he visited a village where more than 160 Muslim farmers were killed by suspected militiamen from a rival ethnic group, reported the SBS News. 

“We need security here – this is your mission,” Keita said, giving a public order to military chief General Aboulaye Coulibaly, who was abruptly appointed on Sunday after the massacre.

“Justice will be done,” he vowed.

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