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Mali rebels ask to meet mediators to improve peace deal

Mali’s Tuareg-led rebels called Monday for a meeting with Algerian mediators to “improve” a proposed peace deal with the government in Bamako, describing the accord as a “good basis” for progress. The Algiers Agreement, hammered out over eight months of tough negotiations, aims to bring a lasting peace to a sprawling area of northern desert that the rebels refer to as “Azawad”. It has been signed by Mali’s government and smaller armed groups but the rebel alliance — in meetings with its members in the northern Tuareg stronghold of Kidal since Wednesday last week — has asked for more time to consider the offer.

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