Sunday, 13 January 2013

Mali tourism suffers after string of kidnappings - video

Boat tour guides, restaurant owners and traditional artisans are all suffering as Mali's tourism trade collapses. The decline began with the first wave of kidnappings a few years ago, and now foreign embassies consider the entire northern half of the country a no-go zone. Tourism was Mali's third biggest revenue generator, but now many Malians are unable to earn a living from it.

To watch this video, please click on this link to the Guardian's website.

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