Mali resort attack

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A group of gunmen attacked the tourist resort Le Campement Kangaba in Mali, near the capital, Bamako, on June 19, killing five people and taking guests hostage. 

Mali special forces responded to the attack, killing four assailants and arresting four others. The attackers were found to be carrying explosives, though no explosions were reported. An al-Qaeda-allied group claimed responsibility for the attack. 

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A group of gunmen attacked the tourist resort Le Campement Kangaba in Mali, near the capital, Bamako, on June 19, killing five people and taking guests hostage. 

Mali special forces responded to the attack, killing four assailants and arresting four others. The attackers were found to be carrying explosives, though no explosions were reported. An al-Qaeda-allied group claimed responsibility for the attack.