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In Mali Attack on EU military training mission over

Azalaï Hotels, which runs the Nord-Sud Hotel, also posted on Twitter that the assailants had been repelled and the building had been secured.

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Malian security officials evacuate people near the site of an attack on a hotel in Bamako that had been converted into the headquarters of a European Union military training operation, March 21, 2016. REUTERS/Adama Diarra play Malian security officials evacuate people near the site of an attack on a hotel in Bamako that had been converted into the headquarters of a European Union military training operation, March 21, 2016. REUTERS/Adama Diarra (Reuters)

An attack by gunmen on Monday that targeted a hotel in Mali's capital Bamako that had been converted into a base for a European Union military training operation has ended, the company that manages the hotel said.

Azalaï Hotels, which runs the Nord-Sud Hotel, also posted on Twitter that the assailants had been repelled and the building had been secured.

Gunmen on killed 19 people at a beachside resort in Ivory Coast. The attack was claimed by al Qaeda's North African branch, Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb.

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