Separatists march against Mali peace deal, hours before signing

  • World
  • Friday, 15 May 2015

BAMAKO (Reuters) - Demonstrators protesting against a peace deal between Mali's government and separatists hurled stones at U.N. peacekeepers in a northern rebel stronghold on Friday, hours before it was due to be signed, witnesses said.

Meanwhile, fighting continued around a northeastern town that has been a flashpoint in weeks of clashes that threaten to undermine the peace accord.

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