France's President Francois Hollande (R) speaks with supporters after voting in the first round in the French mayoral elections in Tulle, center France, March 23, 2014. (REUTERS/Regis Duvignau)
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A jihadist group repeated its calls for French president Francois Hollande's assassination in revenge for the European nation's recent interventions in Africa, terrorist monitoring group SITE said Sunday.The al-Minbar Jihadi Media Network, a militant Islamist web site with ties to Al-Qaeda, says it wants Muslims to stage attacks in France and on French interests elsewhere in support of Muslims in Central African Republic and Mali.France sent in troops to Mali in January last year to drive out Islamist militants and Tuareg rebels who had taken control of the desert north.
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