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Extremist Found Liable For $3.2 Million For Destroying Shrines In Timbuktu

"On Thursday, the International Criminal Court ruled that former rebel Ahmad al-Faqi al-Mahdi, the man convicted of ordering the attack on the ancient landmarks in Timbuktu, was required to pay 'individual, collective and symbolic' reparations of up to $3.2 million (2.7 million euros). Al-Mahdi was jailed last September for nine years by the Hague-based court […]
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