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Christians Slain in Mali

Timbuktu, a city in Mali was held captive by an Islamist militias in 2012 but with the help of France, the Malian government took control of her town. Since then, there have been series of brief and silent attacks on christians around Timbuktu.

On 17th December a Christian Radio staff and two other persons were killed by unknown gunmen while they were both taking coffee outside of the station. This attack have raised seriously anger a lot of christian, as they cry “Enough is Enough”.

Mali, a West African nation of 14.5 million, is 95% Muslim and 2% Christian. The majority of Christians there are Catholic.



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