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Canadian courts martial resulting from participation in the UNITAF Mission in Somalia

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Affiliations: 1: Lieutenant-Colonel Joe Holland is Director of Law/Security, Intelligence and Prosecutions in the Department of National Defence, Ottawa, Canada. P.S. As a reaction to the above referred inci- dents during the Somalia mission, the Canadian Minister of Defense decided on 24 January 1995 to disband the Canadian Airborne Regiment, an elite combat troop, members of which had caused the death of two Somalis.


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