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France announces a partial withdrawal of its troops in the Sahel


The French government has decided to withdraw some troops from the African region of the Sahel. President Emmanuel Macron said that France could “adjust” its operations following the successes against Jihadist militants and the arrival of more European forces.  A decision will be taken at the next joint summit between France and the G5 Sahel, the regional anti-terrorist force of West Africa, which includes Burkina Faso, Mali, Mauritania, Niger and Chad. The summit will be held in February in N’djamena, the capital of Chad, under the auspices of President Emmanuel Macron and the army chiefs. According to diplomatic and military sources, France…

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