Eight Jordanian Peacekeepers Injured In Eritrea
Eight Jordanian peacekeepers in Eritrea were injured Friday when their car hit a landmine, reported the official Jordanian news agency, Petra.
They were evacuated to the Jordanian Military Hospital in Asmara to receive first aid, said the agency.
They were all subsequently released from the hospital and returned to their base to resume work as usual, it added – Albawaba.com
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