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Car bomb targets French soldiers in Mali, several injured


A car bomb explosion targeting France's Barkhane force in the central Malian town of Gossi on Monday injured several soldiers, local sources told FRANCE 24. Several helicopters have been dispatched to the area, according to witnesses. FRANCE 24's Terrorism specialist Wassim Nasr

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