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Madagascar villagers accuse army of mass killings


Those elections are aimed at ending years of violence and political deadlock that have brought Madagascar’s economy to its knees.

“Madagascar is not a priority on the international scene,” said one foreign diplomat who also asked not to be named.

“If a member of the Security Council of the United Nations does not push the issue, nothing is going to happen. The truth is no one cares,” the diplomat said.

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