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Mali Continues to Pay the Price for the Libyan War

Tuareg gains in their rebellion to break away from Mali are likely going to be permanent: It took just a few months of combat for Tuareg rebels in Mali, battle-hardened by their time fighting for Libya’s late leader Moammar Kadafi, to achieve a century-old dream: conquering a huge swath of northern Mali that they see [...]
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