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Africa Rebel alliances strengthen in Mali's north, rattling neighboring countries

The northern two-thirds of Mali is now under control of Tuareg and Islamist rebels who want to redraw national boundaries and export revolution. Displaced minorities tell of brutality.

Derek Henry Flood

Here in Mali's capital city, after a military coup, it's not entirely clear who is in charge.

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