Mali’s Prime Minister apologizes for violent “slippages” against protesters in his country

Malian Prime Minister Boubou Cisse spoke at the microphone in France 24 about the violence in his country last week. He admits that excessive use of force by the police is: “It has been a slip and c” is unfortunate, we apologize. “An exclusive interview conducted by our teams on site.

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