3 soldier has lost his life as a result of a mine explosion in the Central part of Mali, informs referring to the defense Minister of Tieman Hubert Coulibaly.
The car in which rode the Soldiers, struck near the town of Diaphorase, which is located 600 kilometers North-East of the capital Bamako. Three more soldiers were injured health.
"Today we lost 3 of our soldiers," said the first day of the week Coulibaly, speaking to soldiers in S?var?, in the city, where eventually capture the Motel terrorists on the last working day of the week took the life of 17 people, among them four soldiers.
"The army was read from local residents about the presence of armed men in the area, and troops were sent there to investigate the situation on the ground," said Commissioner of the Malian Souleymane Dembele.
As stated before, an unidentified last Friday attacked the city of S?var? 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 militants. Before the UN agreed that among the dead workers MINUSMA were two Ukrainians, one citizen of Nepal and one citizen of South Africa.
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 S?var?.
The Northern part of Mali controlled by the separatists. In the country by the decision of the UN security Council are the United Nations peacekeepers. From a mission over eleven thousand soldiers, including reservists, which can quickly be deployed in the country, and about 1, 5 thousand militiamen. In addition, in Mali it is a contingent of French troops.
The crisis in Mali was a result of the overthrow in 2011 of the regime of Muammar Gaddafi in Libya, when from this place on Malian territory was flooded with refugees from the Tuareg tribes. Occupying the North of Mali, they proclaimed an independent state of Azawad. Later Tuareg-controlled territories ousted the extremists.