Ivory Coast: January 24, 2005


After much negotiation, the UN allowed the government to move four damaged combat aircraft, as the air force attempts to make repairs. The aircraft include one lightly damaged Mi-24 helicopter gunship and a Strike Master ground attack jet that can still fly. Two more severely damaged Su-25 ground attack aircraft are being moved by  road, under UN supervision. The UN won't allow the aircraft back into service until the peace deal with the northern rebels is completed. 


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