Monday, November 18, 2013

Ban Says Up To 9,000 Troops Needed For Central Africa

Four involve providing various forms of financing and logistical support for an African force already in the country.  The fifth option is a UN peacekeeping force of between 6,000 and 9,000 troops, plus 1,700 police. While Ban does not opt for any of the options, the report makes it clear that the African force, officially known as MISCA, even reinforced with international finance will be less effective than UN peacekeeping troops......READ FUL STORY
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