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At least 35 arrests in Mali over French journalist murders

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At least 35 suspects have been arrested in 48 hours as the hunt intensifies for the killers of two French journalists shot dead in Mali's rebel-infested north, sources in the west African nation told AFP. 

Soldiers carry the coffins of the Radio France Internationale (RFI) journalists, who were killed in the town of Kidal by suspected terrorists, at the airport of Bamako on November 4, 2013

Ghislaine Dupont, 57, and Claude Verlon, 55, were kidnapped and killed by what French officials called "terrorist groups" after interviewing a spokesman for Tuareg separatists in the flashpoint northeastern town of Kidal on Saturday.

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