Al Qaeda affiliate warns France, allies of revenge
Washington: Al-Qaeda’s North Africa branch has threatened to seek revenge against all countries taking part in the French-led war in Mali.
On Thursday, it warned that no one who participated in the ferocious attack on its people in north Mali will be safe.
According to Fox News, Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb, or AQIM, had taken written questions from international journalists.
It has also released a 28-page document outlining responses to the questions in English.
The terror group, which is holding a number of French hostages in Mali, said the captives` fate ‘is in the hands of French President Francois Hollande’.
The group declined to comment on how many casualties it has suffered since the French-led war began in January, the report added.
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