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Anti-French sentiment on the rise in the Sahel

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"France has only one goal: to destabilise our country and our army". As France continues to wage counter-insurgency operations in Mali and the wider Sahel, critical voices in the region have increasingly scorned Paris for failing to restore stability.

Added on the 14/01/2020 14:29:43 - Copyright : France 24 EN

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