(Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Cradling her baby in a health clinic in central Mali, Mariama Tieminta clutched him to her breast as she recalled the moment jihadists stormed her village, firing their guns into the air. “When I heard the gunfire, I couldn’t think of anything but dying,” said Tieminta, who fled with her four children to the city of Mopti, where her husband was working as a tourist guide. Five years on, the specter of death is looming once more.