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Top U.S. general says no sign soldiers in Niger took too many risks

By Reuters
24 October 2017   |   5:39 am
The top U.S. general said on Monday he had no information that Army special operation forces involved in a deadly attack in Niger earlier this month had taken too many risks.

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