Mali: After the fall of Timbuktu (part 2)
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As northern rebels rout the army, it's clear that the justification for Mali's coup has backfired miserably. François Picard's panel looks at the double-whammy of a country cut in two and the prospect of crippling sanctions.
- Gregory Mann, Professor of History, Columbia University;
- Adam Thiam, Columnist at newspaper Le Républicain (from Bamako, Mali);
- Melissa Bell, France24 Senior Correspondent (from Bamako, Mali);
- Gilles Yabi, Director of West Africa Program, International Crisis Group (from Dakar, Senegal).
Produced by Christopher Davis, Elom Marcel Toblé, Mary Colombel, Sara Bertilsson
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