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Africa’s most powerful militaries

By Guardian Exclusive
16 January 2019   |   12:05 pm
The 2018 Global Firepower ranking, which puts the military powers of the world into full perspective, is out, and here are the strongest nations in Africa. Who do you think is the strongest nation in Africa?

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