Civilians massacred in Mali

The World

Human Rights Watch says that more than 300 civilians have been executed in an isolated village in Mali controlled, which is by Islamist militants. The killings were reportedly conducted by the Malian army and contracted by Russian soldiers. Host Marco Werman speaks with Corinne Dufka, West Africa director for Human Rights Watch. 

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