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In Mali the chief of army staff has banned the use of motorcycles for moving between villages in the Segou region.
The ban – that seems centred on areas where the Islamist Macina Liberation Front is active – comes into effect at midnight on Sunday and specifically states that motorised two-wheelers are linked to terrorism.
It’s an extraordinary decision for Mali where motorbikes are the number one form of transport.
The decision comes in the wake of a clampdown in central Mali on ethnic Fulanis – who some Malian believe are linked to the Macina militants.
Human rights groups have criticised a Malian military operation which led to dozens of arrests and a number of deaths in the past week.Source: BBC
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