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Military build-up a serious concern on Ethiopia-Eritrea border

New York, 7 November: Continuing tensions between Ethiopia and Eritrea, and the military build-up along their common border are causes for serious concern, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon states in his latest report to the Security Council.

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UN Security Council extends UNMEE mandate

New York, 30 July - The UN Security Council today, unanimously agreed to extend the mandate of UNMEE for another six months, to 31 January 2008.

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Demand for Blue Helmets reaches an all-time high

United Nations, 29 May - The fifth annual International Day of United Nations Peacekeepers was commemorated in peacekeeping missions and UN offices around the world today. This year’s commemorative ceremonies come at a time when the services of UN peacekeepers are in greater demand than ever. There are currently more than 100,000 peacekeepers from 115 countries serving in 18 operations on four continents, with additional deployments on the horizon.

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Eritrea expels the Head of the UNMEE Mine Action Coordination Centre

On 16 March 2007, the United Nations Mission in Eritrea and Ethiopia (UNMEE) received a communication from the Eritrean authorities informing the Mission of the Government’s decision to request Mr. David Bax, Programme Manager of UNMEE-Mine Action Coordination Centre (MACC), to leave the country “for good” before 20 March 2007.

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