Mali’s peace process is becoming a worry to the united nations mission in the country following renewed fighting between groups that signed the peace agreement. The UN issued a statement saying the clashes are repeated violation of what was stipulated in the peace deal adding that there has been deterioration of security and several occasions of human rights violation by both parties, the pro-government group GATIA and the ex-rebels from the coordination of Azawad movements.
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