At least six United Nations peacekeepers were wounded when their vehicle hit a roadside bomb in northern Mali on Sunday, the U.N. mission in Mali said.
Northern Mali remains highly volatile two years after France led a U.N.-backed intervention to drive al Qaeda-linked militants from towns they seized in 2012.
Militants have since mounted a comeback targeting the Malian army and U.N. troops deployed there. Peace talks have failed to deliver improvements on the ground.
The vehicle transporting troops of the Niger contingent, part of the U.N. mission in Mali known as MINUSMA, was travelling on the road between Asongo and Menaka in the Gao region.
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