Malian authorities have busted 10 people suspected of committing the attack on the hotel Byblos in Sevare, which eventually cost the lives of 13 people.
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 terrorists. Before the UN agreed that among the dead workers MINUSMA were two Ukrainians, one citizen of Nepal and one citizen of South Africa.
according to the information authorized by the security forces of Mali, 7 people were caught shortly after the attack. 3 more suspects tied to the night of Thursday.
"3 more arrests were conducted in the night of Thursday in Mopti region," said Commissioner of the security forces of Mali.
He has supplemented his words by the fact that one of the arrested was found a map of Sevare, which attacked the hotel was marked with a black label.
Authorities have not said how many of the jihadists went on the offensive, but according to the information received, the investigation, the story is about a new extremist group named "Front for the liberation Ke-Mashiny" (Macina Liberation Front). However, as stated before, the responsibility for the attack took on their own shoulders Islamist group "al-Murabitun" associated with the terrorist organization al-Qaida.