SABHA, Libya — Abdallah takes out his pistol and hands it to a friend. He says he is in good company, so he does not need it.
Dressed in military camouflage gear and scarves, Abdallah and his six
Libyan Tuareg companions sit under a tree that provides scant protection
from the Saharan sun in southern Libya. They have been smuggling
munitions to Tuareg insurgents in northern Mali for much of the last eight months.
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