Mali: The army takes back a city held by the islamists

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“The Malian army took back to the islamists the control of Douentza, important locality of the northeast of the country, announced on Thursday a military representative. It is about the first important breakthrough of governmental force since takeover from the north of the country by several groups risen up last year.”

“The army took back Douentza; we have just had confirmation that djihadistes left following battles”, declared a representative in the office of the army by requesting anonymity. Information could not be confirmed at the moment by independent source. Douentza, no passage mattering between the north and the south of Mali, is located in 600 kilometres in the northeast of the capital Bamako. Douentza was crossed under the control of rebels of the Mujao in September.

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