Japanese peacekeepers arrive in South Sudan with new mandate

JUBA, South Sudan – Japanese peacekeepers, with a broader mandate to use force, land in South Sudan, the first overseas deployment of the country’s troops with those expanded powers in nearly 70 years. The 350 Self-Defense Forces will replace a …
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