Mali (FN), Nov. 14 – At least four Cambodians were injured in a suicide bomb explosion at a United Nations site in Mali, Cambodian Defense Ministry spokesman Chum Socheat announced on Wednesday.

Four Cambodians, working for an organization subcontracted by UNMAS (the UN’s mine-clearing operation) including interpreters, were wounded among the 14 injured and two dead, but no casualties befallen on Cambodian peacekeepers.

The attack, took place in the city of Gao at around 8:00 pm late Monday (Mali Time), was claimed by the Group to Support Islam and Muslims (GSIM), a fusion of three Malian jihadist groups allied with Al-Qaeda, according to a ministry statement.