We are in the Ifoghas mountains, in the far north of Mali. Fierce clashes are taking place between French troops and jihadists. In the fighting, four jihadists are killed. But among the bodies is a survivor, a child soldier of just fourteen. Our reporter, Matthieu Mabin, was with the French forces as the attack happened. He brings us this exclusive report.
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