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Three guesses as to who it is…
Via Fox News:
Suspected jihadists in the West African country of Mali have attacked a luxury resort popular with foreigners on the outskirts of the country’s capital, a security official told the Associated Press.
The official with the U.N. mission known as MINUSMA, said people had been killed and wounded but gave no immediate toll. The AFP news agency reported that at least two people had died.
There also were believed to be hostages in the luxury Campement de Kangaba resort area near Bamako Sunday.
The U.N. official said those at the resort when the attack began included people affiliated with the French military mission as well as the U.N.