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The Military Doesn't Advertise It, But U.S. Troops Are All Over Africa

When U.S. troops were ambushed in Niger last October, the widespread reaction was surprise: The U.S. has military forces in Niger? What are they doing there?

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Yet in many ways, the Niger operation typifies U.S. military missions underway in roughly 20 African countries, mostly in the northern half of the continent. The missions tend to be small, they are carried out largely below the radar, and most are focused on a specific aim: rolling back Islamist extremism.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Allegedly "rolling back Islamist extremists is the "good reason" for the US military's being in Africa; the real reason, however, is for the US and its allies to control the continent's resources, to which they have no moral right, and exploit them, without any thought of profiting/compensating the people who live there.

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