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Published on Dec 7, 2012

US military planners prepare to support a multi-national African force to intervene in northern Mali - in an attempt to roll back al-Qaeda in the region. But is a military intervention necessary in northern Mali? Also on Inside Story Americas: US Senate Republicans reject a UN treaty on the rights of the disabled - even though it was based on existing US law. So what does the vote tell us about the current political atmosphere?

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