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French forces killed the head of the Islamic State in the Sahara, who is believed to be behind the murder of four American soldiers in 2017, French President Emmanuel MacronEmmanuel Jean-Michel MacronThe withdrawal from Afghanistan arouses suspicion of Europeans towards the United States The French star of the “New Wave” Jean-Paul Belmondo dies Great Britain and France offer a safe zone to Kabul for people trying to flee Afghanistan MORE announced on Twitter on Wednesday.
“Adnan Abou Walid al Sahraoui, head of the terrorist group Islamic State in the Greater Sahara has been neutralized by French forces. This is another major success in our fight against terrorist groups in the Sahel, ”Macron wrote.

“The Nation is thinking this evening of all its heroes who died for France in the Sahel in the Serval and Barkhane operations, of the bereaved families, of all of its wounded. Their sacrifice is not in vain. With our African, European and American partners, we will continue this fight, ”Macron continued.

Macron did not provide details in his tweets about how the operation was going. The Associated Press reported that the Islamic State affiliate operates near the Niger-Mali border.

Four US servicemen and four people associated with the army in Niger were killed in an attack in 2017, in which al-Sahrawi acknowledged his role. six charity workers – in August 2020, Reuters reported.

The news comes amid a trial in Paris for another Islamic State operative accused of participating in a 2015 bombing that claimed the lives of 130 people.

Describing his profession as a “fighter for the Islamic State,” Salah Abdeslam said the killings were “nothing personal” during his trial on Wednesday, according to the Associated Press.

“We fought against France, we attacked France, we targeted the civilian population. There was nothing personal against them, ”he said. “I know my statement may be shocking, but it is not to drive the knife deeper into the wound but to be sincere with those who suffer immeasurable grief. “


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