Government soldiers in Somalia:
Ugandan Peacekeepers and what looks to be a heavily modified T-55 in mogadishu:
Another Ugandan in Somalia:
AU soldier in Darfur:
This is a news feature on the Congolese Army offensive against the rebels in the Democratic Republic of the Congo right now. The fight is still ongoing.
Alain Peligat, a former French army soldier and a member of the French charity Zoe's Ark, has his mouth covered by a Chadian soldier outside the courtroom of the central courts building in N'Djamena November 6, 2007. French President Nicolas Sarkozy promised on Tuesday to go back to Chad to bring home a group of Europeans accused of abducting 103 African children, but a Chadian minister insisted they should be tried in Chad.
A Congolese government soldier (R) keeps an eye on rebel fighters, who deserted the ranks of renegade Tutsi General Laurent Nkunda's dissident forces, in Goma, capital of violence-torn North Kivu province, October 19, 2007. Congo's army has orders to forcibly disarm soldiers loyal to Nkunda, President Joseph Kabila said on Wednesday, but he declined to say when the offensive would begin. *******/Joe Bavier (DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO)
A Zambian soldier attends a farewell parade in Lusaka April 27, 2007, as part of the third contingent of 339 soldiers assigned to the U.N. peacekeeping mission in Abyei, Sudan.
Angolan T-54 back in 1999 during the Civil war:
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Ghanaian UN Ground Troops in Lebanon: