Internal documents detail UN peacekeeping requests for Mali, other hotspots

Canada has a long list of peacekeeping requests by the UN, most centre on the troubled West African nation of Mali. But there have also been separate asks for military and police training in the volatile Central African Republic and starvation-plagued South Sudan, according to documents obtained by CBC News.

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