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U.S. taxes on foreign sales of U.N. peacekeeping vehicles top $100 billion

Tax experts said Friday that the U.s. government has overpaid $100 million in tax on goods and services from peacekeeping operations in the African country of Mali, despite a U.n. arms embargo.In the latest blow to the U, the Treasury Department has already paid $9 million in U.k. sales taxes on weapons and military equipment that the Mali government has

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