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Mali’s ousted President Amadou Toumani Toure (L) sits with Djibril Bassole, Burkina Faso’s foreign minister and one of the leading mediators for West Africa’s ECOWAS bloc, during a meeting in which Toure resigned in the capital Bamako April 8, 2012. Toure resigned on Sunday, paving the way for the soldiers who ousted him in a coup to stick by a deal to restore civilian rule and hand power to the president of the National Assembly. Neighbouring states meet to discuss the turmoil in Mali’s north, a major reason for the military’s ousting of Toure, differed over whether to crush the northern rebels, a mix of Tuareg separatists and Islamists with links to al Qaeda, or talk to them. REUTERS/Amadou Cisse

Mali's ousted President Amadou Toumani Toure (L) sits with Djibril Bassole, Burkina Faso's foreign minister and one of the leading mediators for West Africa's ECOWAS bloc, during a meeting in which Toure resigned in the capital Bamako April 8, 2012. Toure resigned on Sunday, paving the way for the soldiers who ousted him in a coup to stick by a deal to restore civilian rule and hand power to the president of the National Assembly. Neighbouring states meet to discuss the turmoil in Mali's north, a major reason for the military's ousting of Toure, differed over whether to crush the northern rebels, a mix of Tuareg separatists and Islamists with links to al Qaeda, or talk to them. REUTERS/Amadou Cisse

Mali’s ousted President Amadou Toumani Toure (L) sits with Djibril Bassole, Burkina Faso’s foreign minister and one of the leading mediators for West Africa’s ECOWAS bloc, during a meeting in which Toure resigned in the capital Bamako April 8, 2012. Toure resigned on Sunday, paving the way for the soldiers who ousted him in a coup to stick by a deal to restore civilian rule and hand power to the president of the National Assembly. Neighbouring states meet to discuss the turmoil in Mali’s north, a major reason for the military’s ousting of Toure, differed over whether to crush the northern rebels, a mix of Tuareg separatists and Islamists with links to al Qaeda, or talk to them. REUTERS/Amadou Cisse

Published Date: Sunday, April 8th, 2012 | 11:21 PM

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