Was murder of two French journalists in Mali linked to unpaid ransoms?

International— Investigation

In November 2013 two journalists from French public broadcaster RFI, Ghislaine Dupont and Claude Verlon, were kidnapped and killed while on assignment in the north of Mali. The exact reasons why the pair were killed have never been clear. Now an investigation suggests the murders may have been a revenge attack after the jihadist kidnappers of four other French hostages had not received all the ransom reportedly paid to secure their release. Yann Philippin reports.

Campaign to mark anniversary of murder of two French journalists in Mali

France— Link

Broadcasters who employed the reporters, who were killed doing their job, launch campaign for end to impunity for crimes against journalists.

'Al-Qaeda killed' French reporters Dupont and Verlon in Mali

International— Link

Group Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM) says it killed the two French journalists on Saturday in response to France's 'new crusade'.