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France Airstrike In Mali Today Latest Update; 50 Al-qaeda Terrorists Killed By Forces | There were 50 Al Qaeda terrorists on 30 bikes in Mali, all killed in missile attack

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French Defense Minister Florence Parley said that the operation against the terrorists was carried out on 30 October. Two Mirage aircraft were used in this. -File photo

France has airstrike at terrorist bases in Mali. It is claimed that about 50 al-Qaeda terrorists have been killed in this attack. French army spokesman Colonel Frederick Barbary said four terrorists have been caught. A suicide jacket has been seized. This organization was about to attack the army base here. The French drone was spotted by a convoy of motorcycles near the border of Burkina Faso and Niger. Missiles from two Mirage aircraft were fired upon it.

France launched a campaign against the jihadis in the region last week. French Defense Minister Florence Parley said, “I would like to tell about an operation that is very important. It was executed on 30 October. More than 50 militants have been killed under it and huge quantities of weapons and explosives have been recovered. ”

Operation is also being carried out against IS terrorists

Army spokesman Barbary also said that an operation is being carried out against the Islamic State in Greater Sahara, the wing of IS militants in Mali. It has deployed 3000 soldiers. This operation was started about a month ago. Its results will be revealed in the coming days. The United Nations has deployed 13,000 troops to Mali as part of peace operations. At the same time, France has deployed 5100 troops in this area.

Attacks on religious confrontation in France
Two attacks within two weeks due to a religious confrontation have shaken France. The teacher showing the cartoon of the first Prophet Mohammed was beheaded by his student. After this, three people were stabbed outside the church in Nice. On Saturday also, an unknown gunman shot the pastor in the church. A suspect has been arrested in this case.

President Macron described the attacks as Islamic terrorism
The government has doubled the number of troops stationed in France due to the continuous attacks. Macron called these incidents Islamic terrorism. Since then, he has been the target of leaders of Muslim countries. There are campaigns for boycott of French goods in many countries.

‘Do not support cartoons’
Speaking to a media house, the President of France had said that the whole matter was being misunderstood. They do not support Prophet Mohammad’s cartoons. This cartoon has hurt many people’s feelings. Even after this, freedom of expression in the country will be protected. It also includes a cartoon print.

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