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SIERRA LEONE
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July 18, 2005 
Sierra Leonians prepare food for Liberian refugees before their repatriation back to Liberia from a refugee... 
Tobonda, Sierra Leone 
Sierra Leonians prepare food for Liberian refugees before their repatriation back to Liberia ... 
Sierra Leonians prepare food for Liberian refugees before their repatriation back to Liberia from a refugee camp in Tobonda near Kenema in Sierra Leone. Sierra Leonians prepare food for Liberian refugees before their repatriation back to Liberia from a refugee camp in Tobonda near Kenema in Sierra Leone July 18, 2005. The U.N. Security Council voted to extend its peacekeeping mission in Sierra Leone until December 31 and then shut it down following a decade of a brutal civil war. In a resolution, the 15-member council called for continued support for the West African nation's long-term development and a "seamless transition from peacekeeping to peacebuilding". The U.N. mission in Sierra Leone, established in October 1999, was once the world body's biggest peacekeeping force, numbering more than 17,000 troops. Picture taken July 18, 2005. REUTERS/Michael Dalder 
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