UN helicopter crashes in Africa, killing three people

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The UN helicopter Mi-8 carrying Ethiopian troops crashed In Africa. This is reported by the
Gulf Times.
According to the news agency, the crash of an Ethiopian military helicopter took place on the territory of the United Nations complex in Abyei (UNISFA), between Sudan and South Sudan.
It is known that there were 23 people aboard the helicopter. As a result of the crash, 3 crew members died, another 10 passengers were injured. Three people are in critical condition.
Also, the agency claims that these troops flew from Kadugli.
Investigative actions Upon the crash have already begun. The cause of the crash is still unknown.

Earlier, on January 25, Ukraine paid its regular contribution to the UN budget and was included in first 25 member states which paid it in time, as Ukraine’s Permanent Representation to the UN reported on TwitterWe also reported that UN peacekeeping mission – perhaps aided by an EU civilian detachment in Donbas – has emerged as the preferred mechanism for most actors working to resolve the conflict. Such a mission would provide an opportunity to either genuinely resolve the war or merely fake progress towards this goal, an ambiguity that all parties recognise. Despite its risks and complications, the idea has caught the imagination of many Western diplomats, politicians, and experts who deal with the conflict since September 2017, when Russian President Vladimir Putin indicated his willingness to discuss UN involvement in the war. 
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