Macron meets G5 Sahel leaders amid questions over France’s strategy

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    Leaders of #France and five #Sahel countries on Monday begin a two-day summit to discuss the G5-Sahel grouping’s anti-insurgency operations amid mounting local dissatisfaction over the military-heavy approach that has failed to stabilise the poorly administered region.

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