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France Sends Spy Drones to Northern Mali, Prepares for Invasion

•, by Jason Ditz
 The French government is deploying surveillance drones to the northern Malian region of Azawad today as part of their continued push for an international invasion aimed at imposing the rule of Mali’s ‘transitional government’ on them.
Along with the drones, French officials are said to be in “secretive talks” with US officials in Paris this week, preparing a strategy for starting the war against the region. NATO officials hope to see African ground troops at the lead of the invasion, but plan to commit considerable resources as well. German officials say they expect to contribute to the “training” of African troops for the invasion.

The UN Security Council has already approved the idea of invading the region in general terms, but is still waiting for the invaders to come up with a specific plan before final approval is given.

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