Three Chinese among five captives kidnapped in Mali

Three Chinese nationals and two Mauritanians were kidnapped in southwest Mali on Saturday, the country’s armed forces said, in the latest attack in the war-torn Sahel state.Armed men attacked a construction site 55 kilometres (34 miles) from the town of Kwala, making off with five pickup trucks and the hostages, Mali’s army said on social media.The assailants also destroyed equipment including a crane and dump trucks belonging to Chinese construction firm Covec, and Mauritanian road-building…

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