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Mali accuses France of undermining sovereignty

By Reuters
20 October 2022   |   4:50 pm
Mali has said it reserves the right to defend itself as it accused France of undermining its sovereignty by violating its airspace and delivering arms to militants. France has denied the accusations.

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