Former Sierra Leonean fighters lay down arms at new disarmament site UN

During Monday’s official opening of the Yengema Disarmament Centre – located near Koidu, in Sierra Leone’s diamond-rich Kono district – 30 combatants from the Revolutionary United Front (RUF) and 8 from the Civil Defence Force (CDF) were disarmed. Among the weapons destroyed at the site were AK-47s, FN rifles and small arms and ammunition. Presiding over the ceremony, UNAMSIL deputy chief Behrooz Sadry expressed his appreciation for the manner in which the exercise was conducted, despite a few logistical problems that were encountered during preparations.Later that day, Mr. Sadry and other officials attending the ceremony toured the Yengema Centre to inspect the progress achieved so far by the National Commission for Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration in constructing the site. Meanwhile, in Bonthe Island, where the disarmament, demobilization and reintegration programme also began yesterday, nine CDF combatants disarmed at a reception centre, according to UNAMSIL. read more

Momir Ilic presented in Veszprem

← Previous Story Bundesliga (Round 31): Flensburg win against Neuhausen, keep third place ahead of Fuchse Berlin Next Story → Portugal: FC Porto Vitalis defeats Benfica in direct duel for the title and are crowned champions Serbian captain Momir Ilic is officialy presented in his new team – MKB Veszprem. After winning DKB Bundesliga with THW Kiel on Tuesday, Serbian left back went to Hungary, where he solved administrative issues, looked possible house, get informed about club’s structure and signed four years contract.PHOTO: MKB VESZPREM handball players presentedhandball transfersMKB VeszpremMomir Ilic read more


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