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Mauritania’s goals in its struggle against al-Qaeda

The war currently waged between the Mauritanian army and al-Qaeda militants based in Mali’s Wagadou Forest raises many questions about the nature and objectives of this conflict...

Al Jazeera Centre for Studies

Monday, 19 March 2012 08:07 GMT

25 July 2011

The war currently waged between the Mauritanian army and al-Qaeda militants based in Mali’s Wagadou Forest raises many questions about the nature and objectives of this conflict, and its political and military cost. It further demands answers about its possible outcomes and implications...

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