Four UN peacekeepers in hospital in Safed after Syrian road accident

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November 16, 2013 16:33

 
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Four Fijian UN peacekeepers were brought to Ziv Medical Center in Safed after they were injured in a road accident in Syria on Friday night. The injured peacekeepers were in moderate condition, Israel Radio reported. 

Some 170 troops from Fiji  are stationed on the Golan Heights as part of the UN Disengagement Observer Force, which has been stationed on the Golan since 1974.

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