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Originally published in The Jerusalem Post
‘…The situation in [Libya] has deteriorated so much that the US suspended training by US special forces after a local militia stole a cache of American-provided weapons.
According to a report published in the British newspaper, The Times, on Friday, quoting Olivier Guitta, the director of the London-based Henry Jackson Society think-tank, French, American and Algerian special forces are on their way to southern Libya to attack al-Qaida in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM).’
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