The long awaited peace deal between Mali’s government and Tuareg rebels has finally been signed.
The new treaty will give greater representation to the rebels in the north, and hopes to end decades of ethnic unrest.
But it fails to give the amount of autonomy the rebels had wanted, and persuading people to accept the deal won’t be easy.
Al Jazeera’s Mohammad Vall reports from the border between Mali and Mauritania.
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