French foreign legionnaires check their equipment Sunda in Niono, some 249 miles north of the capital Bamako. The Malian military announced late Saturday that the government was now controlling Diabaly, marking an important accomplishment for the French-led offensive to oust the extremists from northern and central Mali.
French foreign legionnaires check their equipment Sunda in Niono, some 249 miles north of the capital Bamako. The Malian military announced late Saturday that the government was now controlling Diabaly, marking an important accomplishment for the French-led offensive to oust the extremists from northern and central Mali.
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published Sunday, January 20th, 2013
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