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Vol 50 No 15

Published 24th July 2009


A multinational road to army reform

In late April, Britain announced that it would give £80 million (US$131.5 mn.) towards strengthening Congo-Kinshasa's security forces. Half was for police reform, £30 mn. was for 'domestic and external control' of the army and police, with £10 mn. for improving army barracks and equipment. There are plenty of other contributors.

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