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Macron heads to Mali to reaffirm French commitment to battle jihadists

GAO, Mali (Reuters) - President Emmanuel Macron undertakes his first trip as commander-in-chief on Friday when he meets troops fighting Islamist militants in Mali where the security situation has worsened despite French intervention more than four years ago.
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