Japanese Troops, Armed With New Mandate, Arrive in South Sudan


A contingent of Japanese troops arrived in South Sudan on Monday to join U.N. peacekeepers — a mission with an expanded role that critics fear could embroil them in their country’s first overseas fighting since World War II. The newly arrived soldiers will help build infrastructure in the landlocked and impoverished country torn apart by years…

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