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Dozens Feared Dead After Gunmen Seize Hostages in Mali Hotel


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Dozens Feared Dead After Gunmen Seize Hostages in Mali Hotel

Nadia Prupis, staff writer

At least 27 people have reportedly been killed and all other hostages freed after gunmen stormed a hotel in Mali on Friday morning.

Up to 10 armed men attacked the Radisson Blu hotel, where UN officials were holding an event, in the Malian capital of Bamako. Approximately 140 guests and 30 staff were initially captured. The hostages included American, Turkish, French, Indian, Chinese, and Guinean citizens.


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Mali, another country that the Amerikan Empire has brought freedom and democracy.


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According to Telesur English, all the hostages are reported to have been freed. Let us hope so.
Freed however after US Special Forces intervened.


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It is high time, in my opinion, to stop treating Africans like children. They make their own decisions, both good and bad. They face the consequences, both good and bad. Apparently all the hostages are free, and all the bad guys are dead..good.


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That's where I got it - Here's the direct link: http://tinyurl.com/pujt3b4


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"The country’s state broadcaster said all hostages had now been freed after U.S. Africa Command Special Operations Forces intervened in the rescue at the Radisson Blu hotel...

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