Issa Alzouma, 39, poses in front of his home in Gao, Northern 

Issa Alzouma, 39, poses in front of his home in Gao, Northern Mali, Thursday  Jan. 31, 2013. Alzouma's arm was amputated by Islamist radicals on Dec. 21, 2012, after being charged by the Islamic tribunal of spying. Alzouma, a father of three, denied the charges, and said he was just changing the faulty plug on his motorcycle's engine alongside the road. Islamist extremists fled the city Saturday as French, Chadian and Nigerien troops arrived, ending 10 month of radical Islamic control over the city.(AP Photo/Jerome Delay)
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Issa Alzouma, 39, poses in front of his home in Gao, Northern Mali, Thursday Jan. 31, 2013. Alzouma's arm was amputated by Islamist radicals on Dec. 21, 2012, after being charged by the Islamic tribunal of spying. Alzouma, a father of three, denied the charges, and said he was just changing the faulty plug on his motorcycle's engine alongside the road. Islamist extremists fled the city Saturday as French, Chadian and Nigerien troops arrived, ending 10 month of radical Islamic control over the city.(AP Photo/Jerome Delay)
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