Friday, November 14, 2008
Protest Over Water Privitization In Mali Turns Deadly
One dead five hurt at protest against privitization of water in Mali
Protesters march behind police with a banner reading 'hunger justifies the means' in central Bamako in April 2008 during a demonstration. One person died and five were injured Monday when security forces opened fire on a protest over plans to privatise drinking water distribution in northwestern Mali, hospital and official sources said. Photo courtesy AFP.
And so it begins.
Water Report On Mali
The people of Mali have reason to protest.
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