First Indonesian peacekeepers leave for Lebanon

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November 8, 2006 16:08

The first Indonesian troops left Wednesday for Lebanon to join a UN peacekeeping force monitoring the cease-fire between Israel and Hizbullah. The 125-member advance team, which has seen its departure delayed several times, will prepare for the arrival of the remaining 800 troops later this month, said Maj. Muhammad Irawadi, a spokesman for the Indonesian peacekeepers.


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