WASHINGTON — The United States has ordered non-emergency personnel and their families to leave Mali due to a heightened risk of attacks, the State Department said.
The US did not mention a specific threat to its employees, but said there was an increased danger of violence affecting Westerners in a country that has been plagued by jihadist attacks for years.
« On July 29, 2022, the Department ordered the departure of non-emergency US government employees and family members due to the heightened risk of terrorist attacks in areas frequented by Westerners, » the State Department said in an updated travel advisory on Mali.
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