Officials are blaming the Taliban for the attack, which killed at least nine civilians, including three women.
The attacks were the deadliest since the August 18 military coup that overthrew President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita, and came just days after scores of jailed militants were freed by the interim government in a prisoner swap.
Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu, in his interview with Italian news agency Agenzia Nova, talked about regional issues such as Eastern Mediterranean tensions, war in Libya and Armenia-Azerbaijan clashes.
Azerbaijan President Ilham Aliyev said one of the reasons behind its conflict with Armenia, is that OSCE mediators do not insist or exert pressure to start implementing the resolutions of the UN Security Council.
Azerbaijan and Armenia are accusing one another of firing directly into each other's territory and reject pressure to hold peace talks.
Houthi rebels will free 400 people, including 15 Saudis and four Sudanese, while the Saudi-led coalition will free 681 Houthi fighters, sources say.
The ship had sailed from the port of Sharjah in the United Arab Emirates and was heading to Benghazi in Libya, the EU military mission said, adding that its cargo of fuel was "likely to be used for military purposes".
The killings took place in Aboudos, some 90 kilometres south of Nyala, the capital of South Darfur province, a tribal chief has said.
A Taliban suicide car bomb attack triggered a clash between the government forces and insurgent group that killed 11 and wounded dozens in Afghanistan.
Azerbaijan's Defence Ministry has said two of its troops have been killed and five wounded in Armenia's "offensive" from its northern Tavush region.
Four earlier attempts to reach consensus on the issue had failed as the council had been deadlocked, with most members pitted against Syrian allies Russia and China, which abstained in the council's fifth vote this week on the issue.
Thousands have gathered in a central city square to demand that President Keita resign over the country's long-running conflict, economic woes and perceived government corruption.
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