Rockets have been fired at the town of Kidal in northern Mali, and a UN base is under attack, a security source told Reuters.
The attack took place early Sunday morning, according to the source.
The message comes days after five people were killed in an attack on a restaurant and nightclub in Mali's capital Bamako.
Two of those killed were from respectively Belgium and France, and among the injured there are several Swiss citizens.
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