France troops are starting to withdraw from Mali, where they have been tasked in a fight against Islamist rebels for the past month. French military officials said the drawdown will leave African military officials in control, but that some French operations will continue in northern Mali, CNN reported.
That’s where “some terrorist havens” are located, said French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius, according to CNN.
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