By Euro Weekly News Media • 08 November 2012 • 20:00
Image of Francisco de la Torre, the mayor of Malaga, presenting the new hybrid buses.
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THE 900 Spanish troops attached to the UN mission in Lebanon are to get safer vehicles. The ministry of Defence is providing 47 new Lynx multi-purpose light armoured vehicles (LMVs) for patrol duties. These will replace the more vulnerable BMR vehicles which afforded little protection in an attack on a Spanish convoy in 2007 when seven soldiers were killed.
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