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For First Time, Destruction Of Cultural Sites Leads To War Crime Conviction

Ahmed al-Faqi al-Mahdi was on trial in The Hague for his role in the deliberate destruction of nine mausoleums and a mosque in Timbuktu. The radical Islamist was sentenced to nine years in prison.
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