DAKAR, Senegal (AP) — Mali's president and prime minister oversaw the reopening of the luxury hotel in the capital where an attack by jihadist groups killed 20 people, including hotel staff and foreigners staying there.
Radisson Blu staffer Tambacouye Diarra said Tuesday the hotel will now begin normal functions. Security has been increased around the hotel.
Attackers stormed the hotel on Nov. 20, leaving nearly 150 guests and staff members in terror. It was the bloodiest jihadi attack ever in Mali's capital and left the two attackers dead.