Cloth sellers wait for customers at the Grand Market. Many sellers say business is suffering as worried residents in the capital, Bamako, hold off from purchasing non-essential items a week after a military coup threw the country into turmoil, Bamako, Mali, April 1, 2012.
[Credit : Rebecca Blackwell/AP]

Cloth sellers wait for customers at the Grand Market. Many sellers say business is suffering as worried residents in the capital, Bamako, hold off from purchasing non-essential items a week after a military coup threw the country into turmoil, Bamako, Mali, April 1, 2012.

[Credit : Rebecca Blackwell/AP]


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