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Security Council authorizes further downsizing of UN peacekeeping force in Liberia
2 April 2015 – The United Nations Security Council today adopted a resolution authorizing the third phase of a drawdown of the UN peacekeeping mission in Liberia to 3,590 military personnel and 1,515 police personnel, and deciding that the Mission’s mandate would no longer include electoral support.
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UNMIL staff help woman deliver baby
It was close to midnight, but Dr. Kabadi Gizenga and Wycliffe Kwikiriza, respectively UNMIL Regional Medical Officer and Security Officer for Maryland happened to be in the right place at the right time in Harper on 7 February.
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Chinese Engineers Construct Road to Community College
“They came in at the time we needed them most,” Dr. Solomon X.Y. Jallayu, President of Grand Gedeh Community College said after CHINENGR-17 built a driveway off Kannah Road to the new GGCC campus in Garloville, Zwedru, early this month.
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SRSG Karin Landgren’s Remarks at the Partners’ Roundtable Discussion on Corruption
Thank you very much.

This is a remarkable event and I want to begin, Madam President, Dr. Sawyer; Cllr. Verdier, Madam Intelmann, my colleagues, members of the LACC, by congratulating you on hosting this event and on it being public.

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Bangladeshi Engineers Sweep Mines
When the new Ebola mission, UNMEER, was all set to establish a base camp at around Roberts International Airport (RIA), there was a major challenge to overcome. The area had to be cleared of any possible mines and unexploded ordnances (UXOs), possible remnants of the civil war. Ready to accomplish the task, Bangladeshi engineers (BANENGR) stepped in. Inclement weather – scorching sun and torrential rain – posed a challenge but the engineers were up to the task.  Despite the hurdles, the sweeping team worked continuously for eight days to ensure the area was clear of mines and UXOs.
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