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It was considered to be one of the most stable countries in Africa, but in recent months, Mali has been rocked by a military coup.

Islamist rebels and Touareg separatists are two factors causing an increase in refugees from Mali.

euronews speaks to world famous Malian singers, and ambassadors of the World Food Program, Amadou and Mariam in Close Up.

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