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Facebook post accuses French military of supplying terrorists in Mali

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Misinformation has poured in from Mali following France's partial military withdrawal from the country. This time, a Facebook post claims that the French are supplying terrorists in the region. The same video has also been used for similar claims circulating online in Nigeria. So where was this helicopter really doing? We tell you more in this edition of Truth or Fake.   

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