Malians who fled Islamist rule or fighting in northern Mali take shelter at a camp for the displaced in Sevare, Mali, Saturday, Jan. 19, 2013. The departure of the Islamists from the central town of Diabaly marks a success for the French-led military intervention that began Jan. 11 to oust the Islamists from northern and central Mali. Earlier in the week, the Malian military was able to retake another key town, Konna, whose capture had sparked the French intervention. (AP Photo/Harouna Traore)
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