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Vol 37 No 20

Published 4th October 1996


Standing (by)

United States' plans for a 10,000-strong all-African military force to intervene in regional political crises are winning cautious backing from European and African governments. Much remains to be decided, though, including who pays the US$40 million start-up costs, the composition of the force and its mandate.

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