What are the implications of Aanabi’s nomination as head of AQIM

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  • FRANCE 24 English published this video item, entitled “What are the implications of Aanabi’s nomination as head of AQIM” – below is their description.

    Five months after the killing of Abu Mussaab Abdel Wadud by French forces in northern #Mali, #AQIM announces that it’s new leader is no other than it’s Shura council head, Abu Ubaïda Yussef al-Aanabi. The new head of AQIM has answered 12 questions of France24 in 2019. What does this announcement tell us and what are the implication?

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