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2012-03-16 04:28:31 Sappers, Fire-Fighters Arrive at Congo Blast Site [ANGOP] Brazzaville - A team of Angolan fire-fighters and sappers is since Tuesday in Brazzaville, Republic of Congo working on the "3 B" sector, assigned to Angola to search and remove uxos (English abbreviation for unexploded ordnance) arising from explosion and fire in the Mpla Armored Regiment storehouse.

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