A bloody Islamist quest to kill music in the West African country.
The U.N. Security Council has passed a resolution clearing the way for the deployment of foreign troops to the troubled nation of Mali. The unanimous resolution gives West African nations 45 days to offer details of a plan for military intervention.
“They are buying loyalty. They have tremendous resources to buy loyalty because they are now having kickbacks from narco-traffickers in the region,”
Since the fall of Gadhafi, radical Islamists have been flocking to the new terrorist safe haven.