The US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has met with Algeria’s President Abdelaziz Bouteflika to pressure his country to lend support to a potential military intervention in northern Mali. Clinton paid a one-day visit to the North African country on Monday, meeting with President Bouteflika to discuss northern Mali, which the US administration claims is under the control of ‘radical insurgents,’ the separatist Tuareg rebels. Speaking after the meeting, Clinton told reporters that, "We had a[n] in-depth discussion of the region and particularly the situation in Mali." The two sides agreed to continue working with the United Nations and the African Union "to determine the most effective approaches that we should be taking," Clinton added. The military officials of the US and France reportedly held a secret meeting in Paris earlier this month in a bid to draw a plan for military action in Mali to help the Bamako government fight the so-called al-Qaeda-affiliated radicals in the country’s north.http://www.presstv.ir/detail/2012/10/30/269474/us-presses-algeria-for-mali-intervention/They make u focus on iran palestine isreal syria but the main war is in africa,they brought their so call war on terror into african soil,fund and sponsor terrorist and at the same time claiming to be fighting them.they now got all africa more twisted since the election of the black man but white from inside.