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Mali: Joint Malian-French operation kills hundred jihadists in January


More than  hundred jihadists have been killed in January during a joint operation between the Malian Armed Forces (FAMA) and French soldiers of the Barkhane force, deployed in Sahel region on anti-terrorist missions. The FAMA published a communiqué explaining that the joint operation, called “Eclipse”, was aimed at “driving the enemy out of their hideouts”, specifically those located in the area between the towns of Serma, Boulkessi, Foulssaret and Doni, near the Malian border with Burkina Faso. The soldiers also captured twenty jihadists alive and seized “war material” and a large number of motorbikes, the jihadists’ preferred means of transport for…

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