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French defence minister in Mali amid controversy over French air strikes

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French Defence Minister Florence Parly meets Malian transitional President Bah N'Daw at the presidency in Bamako. Counterparts from Estonia, Kalle Laanet, and the Czech Republic, Lubomir Metnar, are part of the delegation. A UN report on Tuesday found a French air strike killed in 19 civilians in northern Mali in January. IMAGES

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