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December 17, 1992 | From Reuters
The Security Council decided unanimously Wednesday to send about 7,500 troops, police and civilians to monitor a cease-fire and election in civil war-torn Mozambique. It will be the fourth major peacekeeping force established by the United Nations this year and will be the 13th deployed in trouble spots around the world. The U.N. Operation in Mozambique will oversee an accord signed in Rome Oct.
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February 26, 1994 | STANLEY MEISLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The troubled U.N. peacekeeping operation--often criticized for doing too much in Somalia and too little in Bosnia-Herzegovina--felt the sting of a new blow Friday when an official report accused its soldiers of encouraging prostitution in Mozambique and buying sex there from underage girls. The report was released in Maputo, the Mozambican capital, by Behrooz Sadry, the deputy chief of the U.N.
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February 26, 1994 | STANLEY MEISLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The troubled U.N. peacekeeping operation--often criticized for doing too much in Somalia and too little in Bosnia-Herzegovina--felt the sting of a new blow Friday when an official report accused its soldiers of encouraging prostitution in Mozambique and buying sex there from underage girls. The report was released in Maputo, the Mozambican capital, by Behrooz Sadry, the deputy chief of the U.N.
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December 17, 1992 | From Reuters
The Security Council decided unanimously Wednesday to send about 7,500 troops, police and civilians to monitor a cease-fire and election in civil war-torn Mozambique. It will be the fourth major peacekeeping force established by the United Nations this year and will be the 13th deployed in trouble spots around the world. The U.N. Operation in Mozambique will oversee an accord signed in Rome Oct.
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