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Vol 1 (AAC) No 9

Published 1st July 2008


Congo-Kinshasa

More policing of the peacekeepers

Indian soldiers are being accused of not knowing where their loyalties lie

Indian peacekeepers in the United Nations' troubled mission in Congo-Kinshasa face a new investigation - this time into claims that a senior officer has publicly declared his support for Tutsi rebels. The UN has launched inquiries against Colonel Chand Saroha, former commander at Sake in eastern North Kivu Province, for sympathising with General Laurent Nkunda, leader of the rebel National Congress for the Defence of the People at a public function at Kitchanga in April.

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