After the announcement by Emmanuel Macron, in his television interview on Sunday, of the withdrawal of the French military from Niger by the end of the year, what will be the consequences on the anti-jihadist war in the Sahel? A war that has been going on for more than a decade in three countries mainly – Mali, Burkina Faso and Niger – during which 59 French soldiers died, in operations Serval and Barkhane. But the conflict is more alive than ever.
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