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Syria peacekeeping 'impossible' - Philippines leader (01.10.2014)

The Philippines has accused the UN of failing to support its peacekeepers in Syria after a rebel attack last month in the Golan Heights.

UN reaffirms support for force in Golan Heights (25.09.2014)

Questions about the future of the 12,000-strong force had been raised after the abduction of 45 Fijian peacekeepers by al-Qaida-linked rebels who later freed them. The U.N. then withdrew soldiers from many positions on the Golan Heights last weekend because of escalating fighting in Syria.

Syria rebels free UN peacekeepers (11.09.2014)

The Syrian rebel group the Nusra Front has released all UN peacekeepers from Fiji, Al Jazeera has learned. The 44 peacekeepers were expected to cross from Syria into the Israeli side of the Golan Heights.

Security Council again demands immediate release of peacekeepers (03.09.2014)

The Organization’s top peacekeeping official said the UN is continuing to look at ways to enhance safety and security procedures in what has become a “very challenging situation.”

UN peacekeeper abductors 'issue demands' (02.09.2014)

The kidnappers of 44 Fijian UN peacekeepers have given a list of demands for their release, the head of Fiji's military says. Brig Gen Mosese Tikoitoga said the al-Qaeda-affiliated al-Nusra Front wanted to be taken off the UN's list of terrorist organisations.

Irish troops deployed to extract UN colleagues amid Golan Heights clashes (30.08.2014)

Clashes in the area erupted on Wednesday after Syrian rebel groups, including the Nusra Front, overran the Quneitra crossing – located on the frontier between Syrian and Israeli controlled parts of the Golan Heights – on Wednesday, seizing 44 Fijian peacekeepers.