The Islamist group "al-Murabitun" associated with the terrorist organization al-Qaida, took upon his own shoulders the responsibility for attack on hotel in the Malian town of Sevare, which victims of a steel of 13 persons, informs television channel
television channel informs that it has received a copy of the statement of terrorists, evidencing the liability of the extremists behind the attack in Mali." Representatives of the group " al-Murabitun ", a follower of al Qaeda, after a long period of observation and caution could perform the surgery in Severe, for example in Byblos, which is inhabited by the citizens of Western countries ", - quotes TV channel the message of the Islamists. It is noted that a separate letter about the responsibility extremists have plans to release in the near future.
unidentified last Friday attacked a hotel in the city of Sevare in the Central part of Mali and took hostages. On the first day of the weekend-the Malian military has completed an operation to free the Motel from terrorists. Victims of the attack were 13 people. Among the victims were five employees of Multidisciplinary integrated mission of the United Nations for stabilization in Mali (MINUSMA), four soldiers of the Malian army and four suspected terrorists. Before the UN agreed that among the dead workers MINUSMA were two Ukrainians, one citizen of Nepal and one citizen of South Africa.
first it was claimed that investigators found the bodies seized a hotel in Mali terrorists addresses and phone numbers, as if indicating the belonging to the attack, "Front for the liberation Ke-Mashiny" (FLM) ".
The head of the group "al-Murabitun" Mukhtar Belmokhtar is considered the organizer of the attack on the oil and gas industry in Thegenuine in southern Algeria in January 2013, the victims of the terrorist act were 37 hostages from eight countries in the world. First it was claimed that the militants "al-Murabitun" swore allegiance to the radical group " Islamic state ", acting for the Most part in the Syrian Arab Republic and Iraq.