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Africa forces' role in Mali faces diverse snags

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DAKAR, Senegal (AP) -- West African nations that promised to send troops to fight al-Qaida in Mali are finding it's a lot trickier than they'd hoped to actually get boots on the ground. Political debates, fears that fleeing militants might scatter abroad, and logistics -- even feeding the troops-- have stalled plans to deploy against the nimble jihadists in Mali. Saturday's summit of West...

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