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France's 3 Wars: Are 'victories' worth the victims?

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A leading NATO member is calling for ground troops in Libya, even though it's against the UN resolution. France's foreign affairs chairman is warning the campaign will be cornered without 'boots on the ground'. The French public though are unconvinced, leaving President Sarkozy fighting a new front back home, as Daniel Bushell reports.

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