Nigerian special forces and Chadian troops in 2015 participated with U.S. advisers in military exercises in Mao, Chad. American and French forces have spent years providing training and support to Mali, Niger and other African countries where Islamic extremism has become entrenched.
Nigerian special forces and Chadian troops in 2015 participated with U.S. advisers in military exercises in Mao, Chad. American and French forces have spent years providing training and support to Mali, Niger and other African countries where Islamic extremism has become entrenched. Jerome Delay Associated Press
Nigerian special forces and Chadian troops in 2015 participated with U.S. advisers in military exercises in Mao, Chad. American and French forces have spent years providing training and support to Mali, Niger and other African countries where Islamic extremism has become entrenched. Jerome Delay Associated Press

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