Tuareg leader to Mali govt: start talks or risk new revolt

By Reuters | Tue, 25 Mar 2014 14:25 PM

By Emma Farge

DAKAR, March 25 (Reuters) - The leader of a new armed group in Mali's troubled north said the central government in Bamako could face another uprising of his Tuareg people if it resists pressure to launch long-delayed talks on the region's future.

Mali exploded into violence when Tuareg separatist fighters tried to take over the north in early 2012. Islamist militants eventually ...

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