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Topic - Dioncounda Traoré
Mali's interim prime minister came under growing pressure Monday to form a unity government after tens of thousands gathered in the capital over the weekend to call for action nearly five months after a military coup plunged the country into chaos.
Mr. Traore also said he was giving civil society groups and others until Tuesday to make their recommendations.