Mali: Negotiating with terrorists


206 Jihadists released in exchange for European hostages and Soumaïla Cissé in Mali. Over the weekend 3-6 October, hundreds of Jihadists were released in Mali in exchange for the release of four hostages. The humanitarian Sophie Pétronin, the last French hostage, kidnapped in northern Mali in 2016; two Italians, tourist Nicola Chiacchio and father Pier Luigi Maccali; and Soumaïla Cissé, former opposition leader in Mali, kidnapped earlier this year near Timbuktu. This controversial exchange could involve a change in the new government’s strategy with respect to that of former president Ibrahim Boubacar Keïta (IBK) when negotiating with terrorists. The controversy surrounding…

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