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Cape Breton Timbuktu Family

Last year, Miranda Dodd was in Timbuktu, living with her four-year-old son, husband Shindouk, a tribal chief, and his large extended Tuareg family. Due to political unrest, the family left the troubled land of Mali to make a new home in Whycocomagh, Nova Scotia. Hear an update on their situation.  (runs 9:51)

Link:    Timbuktu Under Siege Calendar

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