Video shows US soldiers weeks before deadly Niger attack
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New information on the deadly ambush in Niger
Sources say Nigerien and U.S. forces asked for more support but the request was refused.
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New details emerge about the deaths of 4 US soldiers in Niger
Senior intelligence officials say three of the soldiers died after their vehicle was hit with mortar and gunfire.
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Video emerges of Nigerien militant group active in area of deadly ambush
U.S. intelligence officials are examining the video looking for clues to the identity of the men who ambushed and killed four U.S. special operations soldiers earlier this month.
The Niger ambush that killed 4 US soldiers
U.S. intelligence officials are examining video of a militant group, looking for clues to identify who ambushed and killed four U.S. soldiers.
US intelligence authorities examining video of Nigerien militant group
The video was provided to ABC News by a former US military expert on West Africa who says it came from villagers in the vicinity of the attack that left four U.S. soldiers dead.
Video from militant group active in area of Niger attack surfaces
The video, which is currently being examined by U.S. intelligence officials, was provided to ABC News by a former US military expert on West Africa who says it came from villagers in the vicinity of the attack that left four U.S. soldiers dead.