In Mali, rise of Islamic radicals poses new terrorism fears
WASHINGTON (MCT) — The government is in shambles. Rebels backed by money and weapons from terrorists have taken control of a large swath of the country. A shadow government is reportedly installing a radical Islamist agenda, with harsh Shariah law and anti-Christian attacks by roving armed bands.
This isn’t Afghanistan in the mid-1990s or Somalia in the last decade. It’s the northern half of Mali, an arid, Texas-sized chunk of northwest Africa.
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