Five dead in new car bombing in northern Mali: Security

BAMAKO (AFP) - At least five people were killed on Friday when two car bombs went off in north-east Mali, security sources said, adding that the toll included the two suicide bombers.

"Two kamikaze vehicles targeting civilians" and members of the Tuareg rebel group the MNLA exploded near the town of Tessalit, a security source said. The MNLA confirmed the report.