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The war against the jihadists is winding into the Adrar des Ifoghas mountains on the Malian-Algerian border. Last week, French and Chadian forces retook Tessalit, some 90 kilometres from the border with Algeria.

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Algerian, French, Chadian, Al Qaida, Mouvement pour l’unicité et le jihad en Afrique de l’ouest, Ansar Eddine, Mouvement national pour la libération de l’Azawad

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