Wed, 30 Jan 2013 9:46a.m.
It is payback time in the newly liberated town of Gao in Mali, with residents hunting down and beating suspected Islamist extremists who have not fled.
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30/01/2013 3:21:42 p.m.
The British are sending 330 one-legged personnel! Awesome. (see 1:21)
30/01/2013 2:04:25 p.m.
I'm not a huge fan of the French Govt, for obvious reasons however, in this instance, as this scourge needs to be scrubbed clean from the planet, I say "merci beaucoup!" BUT, your not forgiven.
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For eight days after the Islamists set fire to one of the world's most precious collections of ancient manuscripts, the alarm inside the building blared.
French President Francois Hollande bathed in the cheers and accolades of the thousands of people of the embattled Timbuktu on Saturday.
France's foreign minister has said that French forces would depart Mali "quickly".
French forces have taken control of an airport, a key position in one of three provincial capitals the Islamist militants took over last year.
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