Islamists on the move in Mali as army digs in

01/8/2013 | BBC

Fighting has reportedly broken out between the Malian army and Islamist forces for the first time in nearly a year after al-Qaida-linked rebels moved into the country's Mopti region. A 3,000-strong African-led military force -- approved in December by the United Nations Security Council -- is expected to be deployed no sooner than September.

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