Mali: All parties to the conflict must put an end to ongoing human rights violations
Two and a half years following the start of the crisis in Mali, in January 2012, which led to the intervention of the French army one year later, the security and human rights situation remains unstable. The country remains in a situation of non-international armed conflict with some northern areas still held by armed opposition groups including Tuareg. In addition, attacks by armed groups have led to a persistent climate of insecurity.
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