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Malians Face Choice Between Keita, Cisse on Sundayi
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August 09, 2013 2:45 PM
Mali heads to the polls Sunday for a presidential run-off election that many hope will be the turning point in an 18-month crisis that has included a military coup, a takeover of the north by armed groups and a French-led military offensive against the groups this year. There were 27 presidential candidates for the first round on July 28, but just two head to the run-off. VOA's Anne Look has this report from Bamako where the past week has seen political alliances made and un-made.]]

Malians Face Choice Between Keita, Cisse on Sunday

Published August 09, 2013

Mali heads to the polls Sunday for a presidential run-off election that many hope will be the turning point in an 18-month crisis that has included a military coup, a takeover of the north by armed groups and a French-led military offensive against the groups this year. There were 27 presidential candidates for the first round on July 28, but just two head to the run-off. VOA's Anne Look has this report from Bamako where the past week has seen political alliances made and un-made.]]


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