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France calls for action against Islamists in southern Libya

Niger President Mahamadou Issoufou (C) in front of the damaged building of army barracks on May 27,2013 in Agadez, northern Niger. Issoufou said Monday that attackers who bombed an army base and French-run uranium mine, leaving 38 people dead, entered his country from southern Libya, where he warned further attacks were being planned on Chad. "For Niger in particular, the main threat has moved from the Malian border to the Libyan border. I confirm in effect that the enemy who attacked us... com

 

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