One United Nations peacekeeper was killed and another wounded after gunmen opened fire in Mali's capital Bamako on Monday, security sources told the AFP. The two UN soldiers were reportedly Bangladeshi and had been shot while traveling in a UN vehicle from Bamako airport to the southern part of the city, according to a source from MINUSMA, the UN's peacekeeping mission in Mali. “We are seeking clarification and details. This has to be viewed as a terrorist act. The perpetrators are the enemies of peace,” the security source said.