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

In Mali, Diabaly residents helped repel Islamist militant

Diakaridia Doumbia snuck out of Diabaly, Mali, to fetch a satellite phone so he could continue relaying Islamist rebel positions to the French military after rebels shut down the phone networks. (Alan Boswell/MCT via Getty Images)
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Diakaridia Doumbia snuck out of Diabaly, Mali, to fetch a satellite phone so he could continue relaying Islamist rebel positions to the French military after rebels shut down the phone networks. (Alan Boswell/MCT via Getty Images)
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January 25, 2013
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Diakaridia Doumbia snuck out of Diabaly Mali to fetch a satellite... News Photo 160040595Closed,Conflict,French Culture,Horizontal,Islam,Mali,Military,Network,Position,Rebellion,Rebels,Relay,Retrieving,Satellite,TelephonePhotographer Collection: McClatchy-Tribune 2013 MCTDiakaridia Doumbia snuck out of Diabaly, Mali, to fetch a satellite phone so he could continue relaying Islamist rebel positions to the French military after rebels shut down the phone networks. (Alan Boswell/MCT via Getty Images)