Suspected jihadists kill over 30 Tuaregs in Mali: sources

Bamako (AFP) – Suspected jihadists killed more than 30 Tuaregs on Mali’s northeastern border with Niger, informed sources said Saturday, in what they claimed was the second attack in two days.

The former Tuareg rebel group MSA and tribal leaders said the massacre occurred Friday, a day after another attack by gunmen on motorbikes had left 12 people dead outside the town of Anderamboukane, which is also in the same area.