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Her husband is Colonel Lauren Catelain, the former chief of the French mountain commandos.
The attack occurred on Oct. 4 when the commandos were on a joint patrol near the Mali border about 120 miles north of Niamey, Niger's capital.
Investigators also are working to find out if there was adequate intelligence to evaluate the likelihood of enemy contact and whether the team was prepared for helping an elite commando team track and kill Mr. Sahawi’s associate.
The team of commandos — members of the Navy SEAL Team 6 and the FBI's Hostage Rescue Team — surprised al-Imam, the officials said.
Mustafa al-Imam was captured by US commandos on orders from President Donald Trump and flown to a US Navy ship before his transfer to the United States.
That same year, Prince relocated to the United Arab Emirates and began helping the Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed build an 800-man commando army of non-Muslim mercenaries.
The controversy began Monday, when Trump was asked during a press conference about the four U.S. Army special operations commandos killed in an ambush in Niger earlier this month, whose deaths the president had yet to publicly comment on.
Like Himmler himself, most SS commandos were cowardly, fearing that their victims might do to the SS what the SS had done to others.
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