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Gao Residents Rebuild, after Islamist Occupationi
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April 17, 2013 5:18 PM
The Malian army officially reclaimed the northern city of Gao from the al-Qaida-linked Islamist group MUJAO on January 27th -- after 10 months of occupation. But now, three months later, the state is still struggling to reassert its presence in the city and the surrounding region. VOA's Anne Look was in Gao for this report on a city trying to rebuild -- after a tumultuous year that residents say showed them what they were made of.

Gao Residents Rebuild, after Islamist Occupation

Published April 17, 2013

The Malian army officially reclaimed the northern city of Gao from the al-Qaida-linked Islamist group MUJAO on January 27th -- after 10 months of occupation. But now, three months later, the state is still struggling to reassert its presence in the city and the surrounding region. VOA's Anne Look was in Gao for this report on a city trying to rebuild -- after a tumultuous year that residents say showed them what they were made of.


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