Some Early Algeria Perspectives on the Sahel Situation

From The Moor Next Door Sat Jan 19 2013, 14:51:39

SUMMARY: Thus far Algerian press coverage of France's military intervention in northern Mali (Operation SERVAL), in reaction to additional thrusts south by Mali's jihadist coalition, is divided. Scepticism that has been prevalent in Algerian media coverage of calls for the internationalisation of the Malian crisis remains a strong thread in opinion and editorial writing nonetheless. [...]

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