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Niger says 25 soldiers killed in latest attack blamed on jihadist militants

France 24 Thursday, 9 January 2020
Suspected Islamist militants killed 25 soldiers and wounded six others in an attack on an army post in west Niger near its border with Mali on Thursday, the government said in a statement.
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