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Web story for 29 June, 2012
GENÈVE, 29 juin (HCR) – Ce week-end, deux des situations de réfugiés les plus anciennes en Afrique vont se conclure. Le 30 juin, les clauses de cessation entreront en vigueur pour les réfugiés originaires du Libéria et de l'Angola au motif que, dans ces pays, la paix et la stabilité ont été rétablies, après la fin de violentes guerres civiles.
This is a summary of what was said by the UNHCR spokesperson at today’s Palais des Nations press briefing in Geneva.
This weekend, two of the most protracted refugee situations in Africa will finally come to an end. On June 30, cessation clauses will enter into force for refugees from Liberia and Angola on the basis that these countries have both enjoyed many years of peace and stability after bitter civil wars.