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After Tuareg separatists seized Mali's northern territory during the March coup, Al-Qaeda-linked groups expelled the rebels from their self-declared rule. Now, Al-Qaeda and its allies are running the region's cities. Al Jazeera's May Welsh reports from Gao, in northern Mali.
Al Jazeera English | Sep 28
In the town of Gao, in northern Mali, rebels who took over much of the country have imposed a hardline form of Islamic religious law. Schools are ...