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No sanctions for Mali over detained Ivorian troops, say West African leaders


West African leaders have decided not to go through with a threat to sanction Mali for jailing 46 Ivorian soldiers. The troops were detained after they arrived at Bamako airport on July 10 to provide backup security for a UN peacekeeping mission, accusing them of being "mercenaries".

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