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G5 Sahel leaders seek concrete measures to counter jihadist attacks

By Reuters
16 December 2019   |   9:33 am
The Leaders of the G5 Sahel countries on Sunday visited the graves of 71 Niger soldiers killed in the western town of Inates days earlier in the worst jihadist attack on security forces in Niger in memory

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