September 25 2017
The U.N. mission in Mali (MINUSMA) says a roadside bomb has killed three peacekeepers while their vehicle was traveling in the country's north, reports the Voice of America News.
An explosive device was detonated Sunday on the main road between the village of Anefis and the city of Gao as the peacekeepers were escorting a convoy, said MINUSMA, as reported by AFP.
Five other U.N. troops were reported wounded. The U.N. did not report their nationalities.
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