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the capital of Mali

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Bamako, Mali, was in 1968 a poor, socialist dictatorship, largely in the Sahel region of West Africa.
BAMAKO, Mali -- The cash filled three suitcases: 5 million euros.
Bakri Hassan Salih, has got acquainted with outcome of Sudan participation in the Conference of African Sahel Region Countries which held lately in Bamako, Mali.
With its onsite rail terminal, Dakar Port is the historic gateway to Bamako, Mali.
After graduating in 2009, I went to Bamako, Mali, for six months to study their traditional dances.
French President Francois Hollande speaks at Independence Place in central Bamako, Mali
Twins Hawa and Adama Keita, 15, warm a pot of tea in late November outside an area where 15 other family members rent rooms in a suburb of Bamako, Mali.
Left, soldiers stand guard at junta headquarters in Kati on the outskirts of Bamako, Mali.
Soldiers stand guard at junta headquarters in Kati, oustide Bamako, Mali, earlier this week * People rally to protest against the recent military coup in Mali and call for a return to constitutional order
During a press briefing, Interior Minister Taieb Cherqaoui said that the dismantling of this network led to the arrest of 34 people, including its mastermind in Morocco, a Spaniard, who was operating in coordination with the head of this network in Mali, also a Spaniard, currently detained in Bamako, Mali.
Simon and Andrew with hitch-hiking sign in Arabic Andrew tries his luck at thumbing a lift on the main road in Bamako, Mali.
Sources from Bamako, Mali, where the ongoing executive council meeting of the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) is being held, have confirmed that Jordan's Taleb Rifai has been selected to become the UNWTO secretary-general for the Period 2010-2013.
embassies in Bamako, Mali, and Brasilia, Brazil, both hosted health activities in February.
helps a Mali police officer with weapons familiarization as part of Flintlock 2007 in Bamako, Mali.
Amina and her family are flying from their home in Portland to visit their extended family in Bamako, Mali, when she discovers she has a loose tooth.