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Chinese Military Doctors Leave for Zambia
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A Chinese medical team comprising nine military doctors, one translator and one logistics staff member left China on Monday for Zambia to offer medical aid to local residents.



The group will stay in Zambia for a year and a half.


China has sent 11 groups of 1,163 military doctors to Zambia since 1984.



(Xinhua News Agency March 20, 2007)


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