UN Mission Set To Wind Down Operations In Cote D'Ivoire

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Following peaceful elections in October the United Nations has said that it is in plans to wind down its operations in Cote d'Ivoire. [TAKE VO]The UN mission in the country will be drawn down from its current strength of five thousand, four hundred and thirty seven soldiers to 4-Thousand by March. The peacekeeping force was deployed in 2004 to help end a civil war that had left the country split in two, with a Muslim-dominated north and predominantly Christian south.
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