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Europe Pledges Peacekeepers, Trade Ties for Africai
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Henry Ridgwell
April 03, 2014 9:46 PM
African and European leaders wrapped up a two-day summit in Brussels Thursday aimed at improving trade ties. But the talks were overshadowed by the worsening crisis in the Central African Republic. Chad announced it was pulling its 850 soldiers out of the African peacekeeping mission there, even as the Europeans promised to send more troops. Henry Ridgwell reports from London.

Europe Pledges Peacekeepers, Trade Ties for Africa

Henry Ridgwell

Published April 03, 2014

African and European leaders wrapped up a two-day summit in Brussels Thursday aimed at improving trade ties. But the talks were overshadowed by the worsening crisis in the Central African Republic. Chad announced it was pulling its 850 soldiers out of the African peacekeeping mission there, even as the Europeans promised to send more troops. Henry Ridgwell reports from London.


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