Charred remnants of destroyed buildings and Islamists' tanks were some of the most visible signs of recent fighting in the town of Diabaly in central Mali, which was secured by French and Malian troops on Monday. Diabaly, 350 km (220 miles) north of the capital Bamako, had harboured the main cluster of rebels south of the front-line towns of Mopti and Sevare until French air strikes forced them to flee or attempt to blend in with locals.
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