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Child soldiers and deaths surge in Mali as violence worsens
by Nellie Peyton
Thomson Reuters Foundation Translate This Article
13 August 2019
On 13 August 2019 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
The number of children forced to join armed groups in Mali has doubled since last year amid worsening jihadist and ethnic violence, the United Nations said on Tuesday [13 August]. The West African country has been in conflict since 2012 when Islamists hijacked an ethnic uprising by Tuaregs in the north. More recently the violence has moved to central Mali, where fighting between farmers and herders has surged this year.
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... Fulani herders and Dogon farmers have long competed for land and resources in Mali but jihadist groups have exploited their ethnic rivalry to boost recruitment and expand their reach.
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