French Soldiers Regain Control in Malian Cities

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Soldiers of Malian Colonel Alaji Ag Gamou sit on a pick-up truck as... Fotografia de notíciasCidade,Cidade Pequena,Cidade de Gao,Conflito,Conflito no norte do Mali de 2012-2013,Entrada de Edifício,Entrar,Horizontal,Mali,Norte,Região de Gao,Sentar-se,SoldadoPhotographer Collection: AFP 2013 AFPSoldiers of Malian Colonel Alaji Ag Gamou sit on a pick-up truck as they enter on January 29, 2013 Ansongo, a town south of the northern Malian city of Gao. Troops from Niger and Mali on January 29 entered Ansongo, which along with Gao was recaptured by French-led soldiers over the weekend in a lightning offensive against radicals holding Mali's north. So far, just 2,000 African troops have been sent to Mali or neighboring Niger, many of them from Chad, to boost the French-led offensive which began on January 11 and led to the recapture of several towns, including Ansongo. AFP PHOTO / KAMBOU SIA (Photo credit should read KAMBOU SIA/AFP/Getty Images)