Are we walking into another Afghanistan?

January 2013
Daily Mail;1/17/2013, p14
TWO days ago, this paper warned that Britain risked being sucked into a bloody conflict in the former French possession of Mali. After yesterday's revenge murder of a British national and the kidnapping of hostages in neighbouring Algeria, that danger grows greater by the hour.


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