Mali military intervention hinges on financing

The African Union is seeking United Nations funding to pay for a 3,300-strong regional military force to oust Islamist rebels from the northern territories of Mali. The U.S. has already begun helping to organize a proxy force of Malian and West African troops that it would train, equip and transport. The U.S. effort is dependent on UN approval of the AU's plan.

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