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Two weeks after the coup d’état which overthrew Malian President Ibrahim Boubakar Keïta, France 24’s special envoys went to find victims of the demonstrations against the head of state, which left some fifteen dead and more than a hundred wounded. They are mainly young Malians from working-class neighborhoods in Bamako or on the outskirts of the capital.
Two weeks after the military coup in Mali, who deposed President Ibrahim Boubacar Keïta, the demonstrators who had mobilized against the power in Bamako continue to heal their wounds.
From July 10, the soldiers had indeed used live ammunition on the protesters, without dissuading the Malians from continuing to go to the places of protest. But some have paid a heavy price for it. Bereaved families testified to France 24 special envoys.