Mali (AP) - Salif Haidara sat drinking tea on the side of the road with other
weary bus passengers when a man with a turban and a long beard approached them:
Did they want to become holy warriors? The skinny teen had left his poor
hometown in the desert with only the yellow Full
The rule of law in Mali is at a critical juncture. In the past six
months, the nation's government has been toppled by the military, the acting
president was nearly beaten to death, there have been Taureg secessionist
movements, and radical Islamists are imposing Sharia law upon territory they...