Mali's Conflict Takes Ominous Turn

The World on February 08, 2013 22:19

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    Turmoil continues to grip Mali, weeks after French forces liberated the north of the country from Islamist rebels. Friday, the first suicide bombing of the conflict took place in Gao, while government troops in the capital city Bamako started fighting amongst themselves. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Lydia Polgreen of The New York Times in Bamako.

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