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Armed Forces: Missing Mali Swede found safe

Fire seen by the swimming pool of the Campement Kangaba resort. Photo: AP Photo/Baba Ahmed

Published: 19.Jun.2017 11:11 hrs

A Swede stationed in Mali has been found after going missing following an attack on a luxury resort near Bamako the Armed Forces have confirmed.

On Monday morning the Swedish Armed Forces said it had failed to locate one of its troops following a routine headcount of staff in the area conducted after gunmen stormed the Le Campement Kangaba resort in Dougourakoro, east of the capital Bamako, on Sunday and killed two people.

However shortly after noon they said the missing serviceman had been found.

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