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Topic - Alain Le Roi
"I've decided to accept an opportunity in the private sector at a time when I'm convinced [the special inspector general for the Afghanistan reconstruction office] has changed course, is producing results and is being led effectively by the new leadership team that I've put in place," he said.
Mr. Le Roi said three other peacekeepers wounded in the blast died in the next three hours as the United Nations tried to persuade the Sudanese government to let a helicopter fly them to treatment.