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In Mali, the plane with the Russians made a hard landing

— 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.

Lavrov commented on the situation in Libya and Syria

The settlement of the situation in Libya, Syria and other crises is only possible with consideration of a balance of interests of the parties and the non-interference of external players, said Russian foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov.

"From this standpoint alone can address such crises as Syria, the middle East peace process, referring to the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, the situation in Mali and in the Sahara-Sahel region, and, of course, the Libyan conflict, which today we devoted special attention," - said Lavrov.

In Mali, 14 people were killed during protests

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.

Media: in Mali, 11 people died in the protests

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.

The President of Mali constitutional court dismissed

The President of Mali Ibrahim Boubacar Keita, announced on Saturday a dissolution of the constitutional court in an attempt to appease major civil unrest in the African country, writes Reuters.

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.

In the capital of Mali, at least one person was killed as a result of the protests

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.

Ethiopia will not start to fill in the"Rebirth" to reach an agreement

Ethiopia, Egypt and Sudan have agreed during the negotiations on the establishment of the technical Committee for the elaboration of the final document on the Ethiopian dam "Revival", Addis Ababa pledged not to begin the filling of the dam without such a document, said press Secretary of the President of Egypt Bassam Happy.

Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi on Friday took part in the summit dedicated to the subject of the Renaissance dam and held in a videoconference mode. In the negotiations of the Sudan was presented by Prime Minister Abdullah Hamuka, Ethiopia Prime Minister Abay Ahmad.

Media reported about the disappearance of more than 40 soldiers to Mali

The military convoy was ambushed in the South of Mali, more than 40 soldiers were missing, according to the portal Mali Jet, citing local sources.

The incident occurred on Sunday afternoon in Segou region near the Mauritanian border. It is reported that the first several military vehicles were blown up by mines, then the column was shelled from heavy weapons.

UN chief urged the Malian authorities to punish the murderers of peacekeepers

UN chief Antonio Guterres urged the Malian authorities to make every effort to identify and bring to justice the killers of two peacekeepers in the country, the statement of the official representative of the Secretary General Stefan Dujarric.

Two members of the UN peacekeeping mission in Mali (MINUSMA) were killed on Saturday in an armed attack in the North-East of the country. It was reported that a convoy of supplies was attacked near the village Torkent, located to the North-East of the city of Gao.

In Mali, the attack killed two peacekeepers of the UN

Two members of the UN peacekeeping mission in Mali (MINUSMA) were killed on Saturday in an armed attack in the North-East of the country, reads the statement of the mission.

According to the statement, the resupply convoy was attacked near the village Torkent, located to the North-East of the city of Gao.

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