Journalist murders prompt French to ask: How long will we be in Mali?

A few days after celebrating the release of four hostages seized in Niger, France – and its president – are now mourning two journalists killed by militants in Mali.

By , Staff writer

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    French and Malian officials said gunmen in Kidal, northern Mali abducted and killed Radio France International journalists Ghislaine Dupont (l.) and Claude Verlon Saturday, after grabbing the pair as they left the home of a rebel leader.
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