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Mali resident Kanja cries out to Yesu for help

Just imagine: Your child is kidnapped and recruited for a terrorist group. Or, you are a newlywed woman and your husband tells you that he is joining the military to fight a rebel group and you will not hear from him for months on end. These sound like a scenes out of a Hollywood movie, but for many in Mali, this is a reality.

While world leaders are embroiled in a massive power struggle, millions of men,

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