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Peace and Security Council Report No 65
11 December 2014

The AU’s response to the situation in Burkina Faso raises important questions about early response and the role of the military.

The PSC held an open session to discuss the planned deployment of 1 000 health workers for the fight against Ebola.

The situation in Libya is degrading rapidly, but the AU’s planned High-Level Committee of Heads of State for Libya has not yet been appointed. Hopes for a lasting peace agreement in South Sudan were again dashed in mid-November when a ceasefire was broken shortly after it was signed. The situation in the Democratic Republic of the Congo merits closer attention by the PSC.

Interview with Bruce Mokaya, head of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) Delegation to the AU.



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