David Cameron has been holding talks in Algeria to discuss the growing terror threat in north Africa. It is the first visit by a British prime minister to the country since it became independent over 50 years ago.
Speaking to ITV Daybreak, security expert Will Geddes said that by getting involved with the French in Mali, David Cameron is trying to deal with the problem as "close as he possibly can".
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