By Tilak Pokharel
‘Foot patrols up by nearly 60 per cent in eight months while joint UNIFIL and LAF activities increased by 34 per cent’
UNIFIL and the Lebanese Armed Forces (LAF) today paid last respects with full honours to Corporal Mercy Adade of the Ghanaian Contingent, who passed away at the age of 36 in the early morning of 5 April following short illness. Cpl. Adade is survived by a son.
The United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon (UNIFIL) and the UN Mine Action Service (UNMAS) today highlighted the achievements realized together in south Lebanon while vowing to continue the dangerous but life-saving undertaking of clearing landmines.
In a little room inside Beit al Madina in the southern city of Tyre, drawings of white doves, green trees, sunrise, broken fences, flying birds, and people collecting their harvest would capture your attention.
This month marks 40-years since the establishment of the UNIFIL Peacekeeping mission in south Lebanon. Starting today, and through the month of March, we will look back at the service and sacrifice of thousands of UN Peacekeepers from around the world who have worked for peace and stability in s
The United Nations Under-Secretary-General for Peacekeeping Operations, Jean-Pierre Lacroix, today concluded the Lebanon leg of his wider Middle East tour to visit UN Peacekeeping missions, including UNIFIL, and high ranking government officials.