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US out: How NATOs disastrous Libya invasion still echoes in West Africa today MikeRivero

US Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin recently confirmed that Russian forces have entered the same military base where American troops are stationed in Niger, a fact which clearly demonstrates a shift in the Sahel state’s policy. Washington is fully withdrawing its troops from Niger and is also relocating military personnel stationed in Chad, as it considers its options for continuing “America’s counterterrorism mission” in the region, according to the Pentagon.

Barack Obama has asked his fans to donate to charities in the wake of the natural disaster in Libya. Margaret Kimberley, editor and senior columnist, pointed out that it was the former US president who transformed Libya from Africa's wealthiest nation to a war-torn and fractured state.

Barack Obama's crocodile tears over the deadly floods in Libya — a country his government destroyed — are disgusting, says one columnist.