The Prime Minister of Mali, Oumar Tatam Ly (2nd L), attends a diplomatic meeting with the Permanent Representative of France to the United Nations Gerard Araud (2nd R) in Bamako, on February 3, 2014. (AFP PHOTO / HABIBOU KOUYATE)
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Arab and Tuareg rebel leaders from crisis-torn northern Mali told a visiting UN Security Council delegation Monday they want to resume talks with the government.The visiting team includes the US ambassador to the UN, Samantha Power, and the French ambassador, Gerard Araud.They met in the capital, Bamako, with leaders of the MAA and two Tuareg armed groups, the National Movement for the Liberation of Azawad (MNLA) and the High Council for the Unity of Azawad (HCUA).Azawad is the name Mali's Tuareg and Arab minorities use for the country's vast desert north, where they are concentrated.
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