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    Despite Fighting in North, Relative Calm Prevails in Mali's Capitali
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    January 19, 2013 2:41 AM
    As French-backed government forces in Mali continue their offensive against Islamist militants, VOA French to Africa reporter Idrissa Fall is in the capital, Bamako. In this report he gives us his impressions of the situation there.

    Despite Fighting in North, Relative Calm Prevails in Mali's Capital

    Published January 18, 2013

    As French-backed government forces in Mali continue their offensive against Islamist militants, VOA French to Africa reporter Idrissa Fall is in the capital, Bamako. In this report he gives us his impressions of the situation there.


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