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The government Tuesday adopted an action plan to send ground troops to South Sudan to join U.N. peacekeeping operations and help build infrastructure in the recently founded African country.

The plan is in line with a policy approved early last month to dispatch Ground Self-Defense Force engineers next year to help build roads and bridges, which are badly needed in South Sudan.

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