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Macron says French forces killed 33 'terrorists' in Mali

WorldNews Saturday, 21 December 2019
Macron says French forces killed 33 'terrorists' in MaliFrench President Emmanuel Macron said 33 "terrorists" had been "neutralised" in an operation by French forces in central Mali on Saturday. He said in a speech to the French community in Ivory Coast that French soldiers...
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