Mali's capital city Bamako is home to a bustling phone market, with hundreds upon hundreds of dealers. The market is a job engine in this crisis-ridden country.
Whether in Mali, Niger or Nigeria, the nomadic Fulani herders often find themselves in conflict with farmers over scarce resources. But there is more to it than that: Often it becomes a struggle for political supremacy.
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