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Mali govt, rebels urge progress on implementing peace deal

Foreign Minister of Algeria Ramtane Lamamra (R) talks with Bilal Agh Cherif, secretary general of The Coordination of the Movements of Azawad (CMA), before the opening of the peace talk meeting in Algiers, Algeria January 18, 2016. Mali's government and Tuareg-led rebels held talks in Algiers on Monday aimed at advancing a peace agreement brokered last year to end decades of separatist fighting. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra

 

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