French army spokesman Colonel Fredric Barbary advised reporters on Friday that the marketing campaign carried out on Tuesday killed Baah Ag Musa, the army chief of the RVIM Islamic fundamentalist group, which is included within the listing of organizations banned by the United Nations and within the nation Malian and are believed to be answerable for a number of assaults on worldwide safety forces.
Barbary mentioned the surveillance drones helped French forces establish Moses’ truck within the Menaka area of japanese Mali, which was then attacked by helicopters after which 15 French commandos have been dispatched to the scene.
He mentioned all 5 folks on the truck have been killed. An announcement by the French protection minister mentioned that Moses used to coach new jihadis recruited into the group. In latest weeks, a number of suspected militants have been killed in a number of actions by French safety forces in Mali.