— Seven Russians were on Board the plane that made a hard landing in Mali, told RIA Novosti at the Russian Embassy in the Republic.
It is noted that one of the Russians suspected broken leg.
At least 14 people were killed and more than 150 were injured in the clashes at the protests against the current government, which took place in the capital, Bamako, at the end of last week, according to a statement of the official representative of management of the UN high Commissioner for human rights Liz Throssel.
It is also noted that at least 200 people were arrested.
Eleven people died, 124 were injured in the clashes at the protests against the current government, which took place in the capital, Bamako, at the end of last week, the newspaper reports Nord Sud Journal, citing a source in the hospital.
On Saturday, President of the West African state of Mali Ibrahim Boubacar Keita announced the dissolution of the constitutional court in an attempt to appease major civil unrest. The court was at the center of dispute for several months, as he canceled the preliminary results of the parliamentary elections, prompting protests in several cities.
At least one person was killed in the capital, Bamako, as a result of protests by opponents of President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita a, reports Reuters.
Earlier it was reported that opponents of the President, calls for his resignation, captured state television in the capital, Bamako, he had to interrupt broadcasting.