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South African troops win HIV equality battle

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Around 30% of South Africa's defence force has HIV and now more of them will be able to serve abroad.

Previously infected soldiers had been banned from conducting peacekeeping missions in the world's trouble spots, and often overlooked for promotions.

Karen Allen reports.

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