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Biden administration searching for ways to keep US forces in Niger to continue anti-terror operations despite overthrowing of government

  • The Biden administration is exploring options to maintain a US military presence in Niger despite the military junta's takeover of the country's government.
  • The Pentagon is assessing potential authorities and waivers to continue operating in Niger, including intelligence gathering, if the military takeover is deemed a coup.
  • Keeping a presence in Niger is seen as vital to counterterrorism efforts in the region, and some junta leaders have previously worked with and been trained by the US military.
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