TAKE A LOOK-France to stay in Mali until stability restored

DAKAR, Jan 15 (Reuters) - France will end its intervention in Mali only once stability has returned to the West African country, President Francois Hollande said on Tuesday, the fifth day of French air strikes against al Qaeda-linked rebels in the country's north. For stories, please double click the codes in brackets. LATEST STORIES France to stay in Mali until stability restored Mali's Islamist groups united by war threat U.S. considering logistical help in Mali EU to speed up help for Mali government Hollande sees African troops in Mali in a week France seeks Gulf Arab help for Mali push Tens of thousands flee new fighting in Mali- UN West African block calls summit on Mali Mali raids puts French citizens at risk-Islamists Malians line up to give blood for war effort ANALYSIS Hollande shows new mettle as war leader, reformer French early strike presages long intervention Mali: one African war France could not avoid BACKGROUND A timeline of the Islamist uprising in Mali FACTBOX: Mali's mosaic of armed groups Timeline of French forays in Africa: GRAPHICS Refugees flee Mali fighting http://link.reuters.com/zyg35t (Reporting By Daniel Flynn)