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Mali Massacre: Officials say about one hundred people killed

The UN peacekeeping mission in Mali has sent air support to help prevent further attacks.

Local officials blame Fulani herdsmen for the attack on the Sobame Da village, inhabited by three hundred people from the Dogon ethnic group. Also: Ten British MPs have put their names forward to succeed Theresa May as party leader and Prime Minister, and the wine from 1066 that's still being enjoyed now.

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