UN decides to send police force to Burundi

2016-07-30 12:03


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United Nations - The UN Security Council on Friday agreed to deploy a UN police force to Burundi to monitor human rights and help quell violence in the African country.

The council adopted by a vote of 11 in favour and four abstentions a resolution drafted by France on dispatching up to 228 UN police to the capital Bujumbura and throughout Burundi for an initial period of one year.

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