In Mali, Diabaly residents helped repel Islamist militant : News Photo

In Mali, Diabaly residents helped repel Islamist militant

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Oumar Diakite, mayor of Diabably, Mali, shows one of the maps he used to relay ground coordinates to the French military on Islamist rebels who captured the town on Jan. 14. The maps were originally produced during U.S.-funded aid projects in the community. (Alan Boswell/MCT via Getty Images)
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Oumar Diakite, mayor of Diabably, Mali, shows one of the maps he used to relay ground coordinates to the French military on Islamist rebels who captured the town on Jan. 14. The maps were originally produced during U.S.-funded aid projects in the community. (Alan Boswell/MCT via Getty Images)
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January 25, 2013
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Oumar Diakite mayor of Diabably Mali shows one of the maps he used to... News Photo 160040601Captured,Conflict,French Culture,Ground,Horizontal,Islam,Mali,Map,Mayor,Military,Rebels,Relay,Show,Town,UsedPhotographer Collection: Tribune News Service 2013 MCTOumar Diakite, mayor of Diabably, Mali, shows one of the maps he used to relay ground coordinates to the French military on Islamist rebels who captured the town on Jan. 14. The maps were originally produced during U.S.-funded aid projects in the community. (Alan Boswell/MCT via Getty Images)