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Mali, o Mali

-This book is just available in the French version-

Do you want the latest news from Mali?

Madame Ba Marguerite proposes to take you there. This lady, who isn't humble by nature, believes herself to be a Grand Royale; a Joan of Arc of Africa. She wants to free her country from jihadists and it's her little son, a former footballer, who tells of her glorious, yet desperate campaign.

Following in the footsteps of this duo, you will meet women who narrowly escaped the horrors of the Sharia and discover the very powerful and very illegal economy on which the Sahara depends. You will make the acquaintance of small captains, "soldats d'operettes", terrorized by combat. You will come under the spell of their predatory wives, frenetically seek the credit card. You will swim up the river Niger avoiding all kinds of danger. You will see how and why bandits and jihadists are hand in glove with one another. You will salute musicians and weavers; the tireless formers of ties that make a country. You will reach Timbuktu just in time to take part in the arrival of the French...Overall you will immerse yourself in the reality of Mali, its courage, its nobility.

Mali, o Mali, how we cannot understand that your fragility is ours?

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