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Mali goes to the polls despite coronavirus fears
Malians are voting in long-delayed parliamentary elections a day after the country's first coronavirus death. The poll has ...
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Mali Holds Election Despite Coronavirus and Insurgency
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Polls open in Mali despite coronavirus threat, security fears
Mali heads to polls despite coronavirus and fears
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