Meet the U.N. Policewoman Of The Year

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  • Reuters published this video item, entitled “Meet the U.N. Policewoman Of The Year” – below is their description.

    Chief Inspector Doreen Malambo of Zambia, currently serving in the United Nations Mission in South Sudan, has been named the 2020 United Nations Woman Police Officer of the Year by the U.N. Department of Peace Operations.

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