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Canadian troops, helicopters needed in dangerous Mali mission: top UN official

Toronto Star
HALIFAX—Canada's troops and helicopters are urgently needed to protect and ferry peacekeepers at risk of ambush from Islamist militant forces as they travel through war-torn Mali, a top United Nations official says. Atul Khare, the ... Jake Enright ...

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Columbia Basin Herald

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UNITED NATIONS (AP) — In a story Nov. 16 about U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon warning of risk of mass atrocities in South Sudan, The Associated Press ...

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US Urges UN Arms Embargo Against South Sudan, Russia Says No

New York Times
The Security Council adopted a resolution in August authorizing 4,000 troops from African nations to beef up the 14,000-strong U.N. peacekeeping force in South Sudan and said if the government didn't comply it would consider an arms embargo.



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China Discovers the Price of Global Power: Soldiers Returning in Caskets

Wall Street Journal
Last year, he pledged to build an 8,000-strong standby peacekeeping force, adding to 2,600 Chinese deployed today. China is the second-biggest funder of U.N. peacekeeping after the U.S. and the biggest troop provider of the five permanent Security ...




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