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Mali leader warns north could become criminal hub

President of Mali Ibrahim Boubacar Keita arrives at the White House during the US Africa Leaders Summit August 5, 2014 in Washington, DCMali’s leader warned Thursday that a lack of air surveillance in his country’s troubled north could pose risks for the world by allowing criminals to use it as a base. On a visit to Washington for a US-Africa summit, President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita said his government was committed to negotiating a peaceful solution with Tuareg separatists after rebels and Al-Qaeda-linked militants overran much of the north in 2012. “What is happening doesn’t just matter for Mali. If Mali becomes a drug base, it would pose “a danger for the youth of Mali, Europe and the whole world,” he said.

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