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The Birth of Extremist Movements in Africa

Return to Bamako - The Birth of Extremist Movements in Africa
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Stephen

'A drowning man will grab hold of a burning rod'.

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R Jessie

An excellent documentary on the current state of affairs in Mali. Worth watching.

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