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Many in Chad sceptical of Mali offensive

Chad's army has suffered the most losses in French-led military campaign in Mali.
Last Modified: 04 Mar 2013 02:48

The Chadian army has suffered the most losses in the French-led military offensive in Mali: 26 of its soldiers died in the battle that killed two senior al-Qaeda-linked leaders earlier this week.

May Welsh reports from Chad on how people there feel about the conflict in Mali.

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