A relative of Faisal Hallidou, 31, who was killed by a stray 

A relative of Faisal Hallidou, 31, who was killed by a stray bullet in Gao, northern Mali, cries as Hallidou's body is taken to the morgue, Monday Feb. 11, 2013, one day after Mujao fighters engaged in a firefight with Malian forces. French and Malian government forces have regained control of this northern city, after Islamic fighters fought a prolonged battle. Hospital officials and witnesses say three civilians died in the fighting Sunday. It is not known how many extremists and Malian troops died in the more than five hours of combat. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay)
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A relative of Faisal Hallidou, 31, who was killed by a stray bullet in Gao, northern Mali, cries as Hallidou's body is taken to the morgue, Monday Feb. 11, 2013, one day after Mujao fighters engaged in a firefight with Malian forces. French and Malian government forces have regained control of this northern city, after Islamic fighters fought a prolonged battle. Hospital officials and witnesses say three civilians died in the fighting Sunday. It is not known how many extremists and Malian troops died in the more than five hours of combat. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay)
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