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BREAKING: Prime Minister of Mali and His Government Resign Following a Massacre in Ogossagou

The Prime Minister, Mr Soumeylou Boubeye Maiga, has presented to the president of the republic his admission and that of the members of government, in confirmation with article 38 of the constitution.

BREAKING: Prime Minister of Mali and His Government Resign Following a Massacre in Ogossagou
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