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More than 30 people were killed in desert clashes in northern Mali, the army and Tuareg rebels said, just days before the start of internationally-brokered peace talks. Al Qaeda-linked Islamists took advantage of a Tuareg separatist uprising and occupied swathes of northern Mali in 2012 before being driven back last year by French troops. The fighters scattered across the Sahara’s mountains and sand dunes but have carried out a string of attacks on U.N. troops and Malian forces.



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