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Sweden’s govt to send up to 150 troops to join French-led special forces in Mali

WorldNews Monday, 16 March 2020
Sweden’s govt to send up to 150 troops to join French-led special forces in MaliThe government in Stockholm said on Monday it had decided to send troops to Mali to join French-led special forces that are fighting...
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Sweden’s govt to send up to 150 troops to join French-led special forces in Mali

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