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Liberians look to the future without UNMIL peacekeeping mission

By Darlington Porkpa

By the 31st of this month, the United Nations Peacekeeping Mission in Liberia (UNMIL) will officially come to an end. The world’s governing body deployed its peacekeepers to the country in October 2003, to end a nearly two decades-long conflict that had claimed quarter of a million lives. RFI correspondent Darlington Porkpa has this report from Monrovia.

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