G5 Sahel : Statement from Thomas P. Bossert, U.S. Assistant to the President for Homeland Security and Counterterrorism

“The meeting today to discuss the G5 Sahel Joint Force was productive and timely. There have been more than 870 attacks this year in the Sahel. It’s time to coordinate the effective eradication of ISIS and al-Qaida forces and end human trafficking and slavery.  As part of the longstanding U.S. commitment to stabilizing the region, ...
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