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March 24, 1991 | Reuters
Security forces shot dead at least five pro-democracy demonstrators Saturday, bringing the death toll in two days of anti-government rioting in Mali to 30, hospital sources said. Police and troops in Bamako, capital of the impoverished West African nation, opened fire on thousands of women protesters.
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March 25, 1991 | Times Wire Services
Soldiers fired on pro-democracy protesters for the third straight day Sunday, killing at least seven people, and then blocked hospitals to stop the wounded from getting help, witnesses said. Addressing a pro-democracy rally in Bamako, the capital, Demba Diallo of the Malian Human Rights League said the death toll has reached at least 100, with about 1,000 wounded, since protests broke out Friday against President Moussa Traore's 22-year rule. State radio reported that 34 had died.
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March 25, 1991 | Times Wire Services
Soldiers fired on pro-democracy protesters for the third straight day Sunday, killing at least seven people, and then blocked hospitals to stop the wounded from getting help, witnesses said. Addressing a pro-democracy rally in Bamako, the capital, Demba Diallo of the Malian Human Rights League said the death toll has reached at least 100, with about 1,000 wounded, since protests broke out Friday against President Moussa Traore's 22-year rule. State radio reported that 34 had died.
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March 24, 1991 | Reuters
Security forces shot dead at least five pro-democracy demonstrators Saturday, bringing the death toll in two days of anti-government rioting in Mali to 30, hospital sources said. Police and troops in Bamako, capital of the impoverished West African nation, opened fire on thousands of women protesters.
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