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UN black-lists seven DR Congo officers

United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, seen on March 10, 2015 at the United Nations, reported to the Security Council that the mission to the DRC had found seven officers who did not measure up to UN human rights policyThe United Nations has blacklisted seven officers in the Democratic Republic of Congo who pose a “real risk” of committing grave rights violations, a report said Wednesday. UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon reported to the Security Council that the UN mission to the country had screened 124 military and police commanders and found seven officers who did not measure up to UN human rights policy. The officers and the units they command will be cut off from receiving support from the 20,000-strong MONUSCO force, such as transport, fuel, rations and training, according to the official report obtained by AFP.

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