Wed, Jun 30, 2004
Peacekeeping Remains A Dangerous Business
The world continues to be a hazardous place in which to fly...
as evidenced by the tragic loss of a United Nations Mi-8 helicopter
(file photo, below) over Sierra Leone. All 24 people...
peacekeepers, civilians, aid workers and crew were
reported lost. The aircraft was crewed by Russian pilots and no
immediate cause was announced by UN officials.
The United Nations is maintaining a huge cadre of 11,800
peacekeepers in Sierra Leone. They are in place to monitor the
African nation's peace agreement, reached after a brutal 1991-2002
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