Mali by Jerôme Delay

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  • Mali Fighting
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    Mali Fighting
    02/19/2013
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    Malian teenagers watch a convoy of French military vehicles pass through Gao, northern Mali, Tuesday Feb. 19, 2013. A French soldier has been confirmed dead during a military operation in northern Mali, French President Francois Hollande said on Tuesday(AP Photo/Jerome Delay)/XJD101/724523414666/1302191916

  • Mali Child Soldiers
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    Mali Child Soldiers
    02/18/2013
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    In this Monday Feb. 18, 2013 photo, children gather at the door of Mohamed Salia's madrassa (religious school) in Gao, northern Mali. Nearly a month after the al-Qaida-linked militants were driven out of Gao and into the surrounding villages, students are now returning to the city's Quranic schools. The experience of the Gao schools illustrates how the extremists used madrassas in northern Mali to indoctrinate young people and to recruit child soldiers. (AP Photo/Jerome...

  • Mali Fighting
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    Mali Fighting
    02/18/2013
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    Malian schoolgirls listen to their teacher as schools reopen in Gao, northern Mali, Monday Feb. 18, 2013. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay)/XJD103/423722170061/1302182029

  • Mali Fighting
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    Mali Fighting
    02/18/2013
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    A Malian schoolgirl stands at the blackboard as schools reopen in Gao, northern Mali, Monday Feb. 18, 2013. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay)/XJD102/929559132446/1302181925

  • APTOPIX Mali Fighting
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    APTOPIX Mali Fighting
    02/15/2013
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    Children walk on the Askia mausoleum, built in 1495 in Gao, northern Mali, Friday Feb. 15, 2013, one week after a suicide bomber on a motorcycle killed himself attempting to blow up an army checkpoint at the entrance of the town. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay)/XJD102/76594238427/1302151601

  • Mali Fighting
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    Mali Fighting
    02/14/2013
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    A French soldier checks passengers of a transport truck arriving in Gao, northern Mali, Thursday Feb. 14, 2013. Malian forces have stepped up security around the port an the main market, in an effort to stop the infiltration of rebel fighters in the town. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay)/XJD108/321268799211/1302142201

  • Mali Fighting
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    Mali Fighting
    02/16/2013
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    A young girl's face is engulfed in smoke as Malian soldiers patrolling with Tuareg Malian soldiers under the command of Colonel El-Hadj Ag Gamou stop for a cigarette break in the streets of Gao, northern Mali, Saturday Feb. 16, 2013. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay)/XJD104/210608599109/1302161943

  • Mali Fighting
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    Mali Fighting
    02/14/2013
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    A French soldier checks female passengers of a transport truck arriving in Gao, northern Mali, Thursday, Feb. 14, 2013. Malian forces have stepped up security around the port and the main market, in an effort to stop the infiltration of Mujao fighters in the town. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay)/XJD105/552285392385/1302142150

  • Mali Fighting
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    Mali Fighting
    02/14/2013
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    A truck carrying goods and passengers arrives in Gao, northern Mali, Thursday Feb. 14, 2013. Malian forces have stepped up security around the port and the main market, in an effort to stop the infiltration of Mujao fighters in the town. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay)/XJD104/957141375175/1302142126

  • Mali Fighting
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    Mali Fighting
    02/14/2013
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    Oumar, 10, a street child, holds up the plate he uses to beg for food near the market, in Gao, northern Mali, Thursday Feb. 14, 2013. Malian forces have stepped up security around the port an the main market, in an effort to stop the infiltration of Mujao fighters in the town. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay)/XJD101/99750270755/1302141304

  • Mali Fighting
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    Mali Fighting
    02/13/2013
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    Malian soldiers request that no photo be taken, in the port of Gao, northern Mali, Wednesday Feb. 13, 2013. French soldiers on Wednesday recovered an enormous stash of explosives that authorities believe radical Islamic fighters were using to make bombs for attacks on northern Mali's largest city, a Malian military spokesman said. Daouda Diarra said that the French military removed some 800 kilograms (1,700 pounds) of explosive materials from a house in Gao's Chateau neighborhood. The...

  • Mali Fighting
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    Mali Fighting
    02/13/2013
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    Young girls sing in a Madrassa, or koranic school in Gao, northern Mali, Wednesday Feb. 13, 2013. French soldiers on Wednesday recovered an enormous stash of explosives that authorities believe radical Islamic fighters were using to make bombs for attacks on northern Mali's largest city, a Malian military spokesman said. Daouda Diarra said that the French military removed some 800 kilograms (1,700 pounds) of explosive materials from a house in Gao's Chateau neighborhood. The explosives had...

  • Mali Fighting
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    Mali Fighting
    02/12/2013
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    Travelers driving from Niamey, Niger, line up to be searched at the entrance of Gao, northern Mali, Tuesday, Feb. 12, 2013. Soldiers from Niger and Mali patrolled downtown Gao on foot Tuesday, combing the sand footpaths through empty market stalls to prevent radical Islamic fighters from returning to this embattled city in northern Mali. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay)/XJD110/536806890021/1302121925

  • Mali Fighting
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    Mali Fighting
    02/11/2013
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    A Malian officer closes a cell where suspected Islamist rebel group the Movement for Oneness and Jihad in West Africa, MUJAO, fighters are held in Gao, northern Mali, Monday Feb. 11 2013, one day after MUJAO fighters engaged in a firefight with Malian forces.The attack in Gao shows the Islamic fighters, many of them well armed and with combat experience, are determined and daring and it foreshadows a protracted campaign by France and other nations to restore government control in this vast...

  • APTOPIX Mali Fighting
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    APTOPIX Mali Fighting
    02/11/2013
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    A Malian boy climbs the wall of the police station in Gao, northern Mali, Monday, Feb. 11, 2013, one day after Mujao fighters engaged in a firefight with Malian forces. French and Malian government forces have regained control of this northern city, after Islamic fighters fought a prolonged battle. Hospital officials and witnesses say three civilians died in the fighting Sunday. It is not known how many extremists and Malian troops died in the more than five hours of combat. (AP Photo/Jerome...

  • Mali Fighting
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    Mali Fighting
    02/11/2013
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    Bida, 16, sits in her bed suffering from Malaria at Gao's hospital in Gao, northern Mali, Monday Feb. 11, 2013. French and Malian government forces have regained control of this northern city, after Islamic fighters fought a prolonged battle. Hospital officials and witnesses say three civilians died in the fighting Sunday. It is not known how many extremists and Malian troops died in the more than five hours of combat. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay)/XJD104/438617829987/1302111121

  • Mali Fighting
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    Mali Fighting
    02/09/2013
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    Footprints from worshippers are left in the sand at the ancient Askia mausoleum's mosque, built in 1495 in Gao, northern Mali, Saturday Feb. 9, 2013. On Friday, a suicide bomber on a motorcycle killed himself attempting to blow up an army checkpoint, the first time a suicide bomber operated in Mali. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay)/XJD107/771884206198/1302091549

  • APTOPIX Mali Fighting
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    APTOPIX Mali Fighting
    02/07/2013
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    A Malian woman waits at a checkpoint on the banks of the Niger river outside Gao, northern Mali, Thursday, Feb. 7, 2013. French troops began to withdraw from Timbuktu Thursday after securing the fabled city as they ramped up their mission in another northern Mali city, searching for Islamic extremists who may be mixing among the local population. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay)/XJD102/725044111625/1302072017

  • APTOPIX Mali Fighting
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    APTOPIX Mali Fighting
    02/05/2013
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    A Malian man dressed in green walks between green doors of closed shops in Gao, northern Mali, Tuesday Feb. 5, 2013. Troops from France and Chad moved into Kidal in an effort to secure the strategic north Malian city, a French official said Tuesday, as the international force put further pressure on the Islamic extremists to push them out of their last major bastion of control in the north.(AP Photo/Jerome Delay)/XJD104/428599432108/1302060039

  • Mali Fighting
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    Mali Fighting
    02/02/2013
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    Malian children play in the streets of Timbuktu, Mali, Saturday Feb. 2, 2013, moments after street lights came on for the first time in 10 months. Hollande is visiting the fabled desert city in northern Mali six days after French forces parachuted in to free it from the radical Islamists who seized control 10 months ago. The French president vowed that his country's forces along with Mali's own army and other African troops will push on to liberate the rest of northern Mali. (AP Photo/Jerome...

  • APTOPIX Mali Fighting
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    APTOPIX Mali Fighting
    02/02/2013
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    French President Francois Hollande, upper center, is surrounded by security as he greets well-wishers during his two-hour-long visit to Timbuktu, Mali, Saturday Feb. 2, 2013.(AP Photo/Jerome Delay)/XJD103/500493208578/1302021419

  • Mali Fighting
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    Mali Fighting
    01/31/2013
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    Issa Alzouma, 39, poses in front of his home in Gao, Northern Mali, Thursday Jan. 31, 2013. Alzouma's arm was amputated by Islamist radicals on Dec. 21, 2012, after being charged by the Islamic tribunal of spying. Alzouma, a father of three, denied the charges, and said he was just changing the faulty plug on his motorcycle's engine alongside the road. Islamist extremists fled the city Saturday as French, Chadian and Nigerien troops arrived, ending 10 month of radical Islamic control over...

  • APTOPIX Mali Fighting
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    01/28/2013
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    A young child runs through the deserted side streets of Gao , Northern Mali, Monday Jan. 28, 2013. French and Malian troops held a strategic bridge and the airport in the northern town of Gao on Sunday as their force also pressed toward Timbuktu, another stronghold of Islamic extremists in northern Mali, officials said. Malian soldiers descended on the city of Timbuktu on Monday after al-Qaida-linked militants fled into the desert having set ablaze a library that held thousands of ancient...

  • Mali Fighting
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    Mali Fighting
    01/26/2013
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    in this image taken during an official visit organized by the Malian army to the town of Konna, some 680 kilometers (430 miles) north of Mali's capital Bamako Saturday , Jan. 26, 2013, an ammunition belt lays on the ground of a destroyed base used by Islamist rebels. One wing of Mali's Ansar Dine rebel group has split off to create its own movement, saying that they want to negotiate a solution to the crisis in Mali, in a declaration that indicates at least some of the members of the...

  • APTOPIX Mali Fighting
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    APTOPIX Mali Fighting
    01/20/2013
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    Bystanders stand by a French APC as a French Puma transport helicopter lands to test the field in the center of Niono, some 400 kms (300 miles) North of the capital Bamako Sunday Jan. 20, 2013. French troops encircled a key Malian town on Friday, trying to stop radical Islamists from striking against communities closer to the capital and cutting off their supply line, a French official said. The move around Diabaly came as French and Malian authorities said that the city whose capture...

  • Mali Fighting
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    Mali Fighting
    01/28/2013
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    Chadian soldiers patrol the streets of Gao, northern Mali, Monday, Jan. 28, 2013. After securing a strategic bridge and the airport in Gao on Sunday, Malian troops backed by French helicopters and paratroopers entered the fabled city of Timbuktu, north of Gao, on Monday after al-Qaida-linked militants fled into the desert. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay)/XJD102/509421053428/1301282110

  • APTOPIX Mali Fighting
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    APTOPIX Mali Fighting
    02/12/2013
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    Travelers driving from Niamey, Niger, line up to be searched at the entrance of Gao, northern Mali, Tuesday, Feb. 12, 2013. Soldiers from Niger and Mali patrolled downtown Gao on foot Tuesday, combing the sand footpaths through empty market stalls to prevent radical Islamic fighters from returning to this embattled city in northern Mali. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay)/XJD112/399951778529/1302121925

  • APTOPIX Mali Fighting
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    APTOPIX Mali Fighting
    02/10/2013
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    A Malian soldier takes cover behind a truck during exchanges of fire with jihadists in Gao, northern Mali, Sunday, Feb. 10, 2013. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay)/XJD104/317944883048/1302101946

  • Mali The Al Qaida Papers Drones
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    Mali The Al Qaida Papers Drones
    02/21/2013
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    FILE In this Jan. 21, 2013 file photo, French troops inspect the charred remains of trucks used by radical Islamists, on the outskirts of Diabaly, Mali. An instruction on camouflaging cars is one of 22 tips on how to avoid drones, listed on a document left behind by the Islamic extremists as they fled northern Mali from a French military intervention in January. The tip sheet, found Feb. 6 by an AP reporter in Timbuktu, reflects how al-Qaida’s chapter in North Africa anticipated a military...

  • Mali The Al Qaida Papers Drones
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    Mali The Al Qaida Papers Drones
    02/21/2013
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    FILE In this Jan. 21, 2013 file photo, an unidentified man takes a picture of the charred remains of trucks used by radical Islamists, on the outskirt of Diabaly, Mali. An instruction on camouflaging cars is one of 22 tips on how to avoid drones, listed on a document left behind by the Islamic extremists as they fled northern Mali from a French military intervention in January. The tip sheet, found Feb. 6 by an AP reporter in Timbuktu, reflects how al-Qaida’s chapter in North Africa...

  • Mali Fighting
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    Mali Fighting
    01/22/2013
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    Children watch a convoy of French soldiers drive north as the pass through Segou, central Mali, some 240kms (140 miles) from Bamako Tuesday, Jan. 22, 2013. French troops in armored personnel carriers rolled through the streets of Diabaly on Monday, winning praise from residents of this besieged town after Malian forces retook control of it with French help a week after radical Islamists invaded. The Islamists also have deserted the town of Douentza, which they had held since September,...

  • APTOPIX Mali Fighting
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    APTOPIX Mali Fighting
    01/20/2013
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    A French soldier waits for a French Puma transport helicopter to land on the soccer stadium to test the field in the center of Niono, some 400 kms (300 miles) North of the capital Bamako Sunday Jan. 20, 2013. French troops encircled a key Malian town on Friday, trying to stop radical Islamists from striking against communities closer to the capital and cutting off their supply line, a French official said. The move around Diabaly came as French and Malian authorities said that the city whose...

  • Mali Fighting
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    Mali Fighting
    01/19/2013
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    Malian soldiers jubilate as they return to Niono, from Diabaly, some 400 kms (300 miles) North of the capital Bamako, Saturday Jan. 19, 2013. French troops encircled a key Malian town on Friday, trying to stop radical Islamists from striking against communities closer to the capital and cutting off their supply line, a French official said. The move around Diabaly came as French and Malian authorities said that the city whose capture prompted the French military intervention in the first...