BAMAKO Pro-government militias withdrew from a flashpoint town in northern Mali on Friday, removing a key obstacle to a long-delayed U.N.-backed peace deal due to be signed this weekend. Western powers are hoping Saturday's peace deal will help focus resources on fighting Islamist militants who are profiting from the chaos to launch attacks on U.N. and Malian targets. Security sources said. In a sign of the security challenges, unidentified men on motorbikes attacked a U.N. convoy near the town of Gao. The Malian army and sources from the U.N peacekeeping force confirmed their departure on Friday.
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