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Three Europeans were shot dead at a nightclub in Mali's capital early Saturday, in a suspected terror attack that came with the government at a key stage of peace talks with militants in the restive north.At least one gunman entered the club in an area of Bamako popular with expatriates shortly after midnight and opened fire, according to police and an AFP correspondent on the scene in the aftermath.It said Hollande would meet Malian President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita to offer Paris's help to the former French colony, adding that security had been beefed up at the French embassy and other French installations in the country.Saturday's attack came less than 24 hours after United Nations chief Ban Ki-moon urged Mali's Tuareg rebel groups to sign a peace deal agreed nearly a week ago in Algeria.
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