Mort Rosenblum

Reporter and author. He has written extensively about Mali

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Reporter and author. He has written extensively about Mali.

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Fighting  between French troops and Islamic rebels in Mali has moved from the air to the ground for the first time since the intervention began last Friday.

Is Mali the Next Afghanistan?

Fighting  between French troops and Islamic rebels in Mali has moved from the air to the ground for the first time since the intervention began last Friday.

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