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Ethiopians leave Burundi as part of UN pullout

AFRICA: Ethiopian soldiers became the latest batch of United Nations peacekeepers to begin leaving the tiny central African nation on Thursday in a sign of its emergence from a civil war that killed 300,000 people. Some 658 Ethiopians were flying home as part of a U.N. plan to nearly halve its troop levels by April, said Momar Diagne, a military spokesperson for the U.N. operation in Burundi (ONUB). Full Story

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