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Maman Dedeou, 22, had his right hand amputated by Islamist radicals who seized his home town of Timbuktu in northern Mali in 2012. After he was accused of stealing a mattress, Dedeou's family paid fines to the jihadis for weeks, but when their ability to pay ran out, the Islamists cut off Dedeou's hand. He later fled to Bamako, the nation's capital, but returned to Timbuktu in April 2013, several weeks after it was liberated by French and Malian troops. He's currently looking for work.