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U.N. to deploy Nepalese guards as it ramps up presence in Libya

ROME (Reuters) - The United Nations is preparing to deploy up to 250 Nepalese guards to Libya to protect its base in the capital as part of a plan to return its operations to the country, the head of the organization's mission there said on Friday.
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