Army CCC arrives from Mali on UN Peace-Keeping

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A contingent of 196 troops of the Combat Convoy Company (CCC) of the Army, who served in the United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilisation Mission in Mali (MINUSMA), arrived in the country this morning. This group arrived after a contingent of 243 Army personnel, comprised of 20 officers and 223 other ranks, representing 13 regiments of the Army, left to serve in Mali on Wednesday.

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