Tuareg rebels eat a meal last month near the Malian city of Timbuktu, which they recently captured. The rebels have taken control of northern Mali, raising concerns about stability in the broader region.
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The leader of Mali's military junta, army Capt. Amadou Sanogo, speaks at a news conference outside the capital Bamako on Saturday. He says he wants to hold a consultative conference on Mali's future, but has not offered detailed plans.
During a debate over the Violence Against Women Act last week, the Wisconsin Democrat told her own history of surviving sexual assault and violence. Rep. Moore speaks with host Michel Martin about her story and why she thinks the Violence Against Women Act deserves bipartisan support. (Advisory: This segment may not be suitable for all audiences.)
The Beauty Shop ladies discuss Mitt Romney's three decisive primary wins, and Rick Santorum's vow to "kick off the second half" of the campaign in his home state of Pennsylvania. Host Michel Martin checks in with blogger Viviana Hurtado, reporter Mary Spicuzza, sports commentator Tandaleya Wilder, and policy analyst Michelle Bernard.
I'm Michel Martin and this is TELL ME MORE from NPR News. Coming up, we'll hear some poetry from you in tweet form. It's our Muses and Metaphor series in celebration of National Poetry Month. That's a little later in the program.