French ground troops and Malian army soldiers have been securing locations recaptured from rebels. At Diabaly, a town of mud-brick homes 350 km north of Bamako, jubilant residents welcomed foreign reporters and showed them munitions abandoned by the fleeing Islamist fighters. Charred rebel pick-up trucks destroyed by the French air strikes were also visible amid the mango trees.
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