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1 Nigerian-led ECOMOG missions: 23088
2 NATO-led missions: 19179
3 to Guinea/Liberia border in 2001. 5606
4 Occupation of Iraq by the United States, United Kingdom, Poland and others: (2003 – 2004) (see United Nations Security Council Resolution 1546)- 5335
5 ISAF is a (currently) NATO-led multinational force that performs "peacekeeping" in Afghanistan since December 2001. (see also UNAMA) 3742
6 to Guinea-Bissau in 1999 2968
7 African Union missions: 2568
8 Occupation of Norway 821
9 List of United Nations peacekeeping missions 819
10 Occupation of the Channel Islands 634
11 Occupation of parts of Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegowina by the Yugoslav Army and Serb paramilitary forces during the Yugoslav Wars 1991-1995 570
12 Occupation of Singapore 536
13 Occupation of Greece by the Axis Powers 524
14 Occupation of the Ruhr by France and Belgium in 1923–1924 522
15 Occupation of Indonesia 496
16 KFOR is a NATO-led multinational force responsible for establishing and maintaining security in Kosovo. This peace-enforcement force entered Kosovo on June 12, 1999 under a United Nations mandate, two days after the adoption of UN Security Council Resolution 1244, but it is not a United Nations blue helmeted peacekeeping mission. 472
17 Occupation of Hong Kong 464
18 Anglo-Soviet invasion of Iran by the Allies in 1941 459
19 Occupation of Haiti by the United States, 1915-1934 425
20 IFOR was a NATO-led multinational force that took over responsibilities from UNPROFOR in Bosnia-Herzegovina, 1995–1996. 371
21 SFOR was a NATO-led multinational force that took over responsibilities from IFOR, 1996–2004 289
22 Occupation of Malaya, North Borneo 254
23 Soviet occupation of Romania 1944 followed by the Allied Commission and the Paris Peace Treaties, 1947. 239
24 Occupation of East Timor by Indonesia (1975–1999) 230
25 Occupation of the Faroe Islands on April 12, 1940 by the United Kingdom for the duration of World War II. 230
26 Multinational Force and Observers on the Sinai Peninsula mandated on April 25, 1982 continues to observe compliance with the Egyptian-Israeli Treaty of Peace. It is an observation organisation not an occupation but it does place some restrictions on the sovereignty of the area it observes. 200
27 Occupation of Belarus 196
28 Occupation of parts of Burma 190
29 AMIS is the African Union force in Darfur, Sudan since August 2004 in response to the Darfur Conflict. It merged with UNAMID, a UN-mandated peacekeeping force deployed in Darfur, in December 2007. 185
30 Occupation of Hungary by the Soviet Union 1945 followed by the Allied Commission and the Paris Peace Treaties, 1947 180
31 Occupation of the West Bank and East Jerusalem by Jordan, 1948 – 1967 Jordan annexed the West Bank and East Jerusalem in 1950. </ref> 165
32 Occupation of the Gaza Strip by Egypt, 1947–October 1956; March 1957–June 1967 108
33 Timeline of United Nations peacekeeping missions 99
34 Occupation of the Falkland Islands by Argentina during the Falklands War 1982 71
35 IPKF [link], Indian peacekeeping operations in Sri Lanka between 1987 and 1990. 49
36 Occupation of the Dominican Republic by the United States and the Organization of American States, 1965-6 5
37 Occupation of the Netherlands < 5
38 Occupation of Austria at the end of World War II in Europe < 5
39 Occupation of eastern Poland in 1939 by the Soviet Union < 5
40 List of countries where United Nations peacekeepers are currently deployed < 5
41 Occupation of Northern France < 5
42 Allied Occupation Zones in Germany, occupation under the Allied Control Council < 5
43 Occupation of Poland Under the terms of two decrees by Hitler (October 8 and October 12, 1939), large areas of western Poland were annexed by Germany. Much of the rest of Poland was organized into the Generalgouvernement (General Government) of Poland, under German administration, while eastern Poland was annexed by the Soviet Union. The annexations were not recognized by any other State.</ref> < 5
44 Occupation of Luxembourg < 5
45 AMISOM is the African Union force in Somalia since February 2007 in response to the War in Somalia. < 5
46 occupation of Albania 1912–1913 during Balkan Wars < 5
47 Occupation of Czechoslovakia by Germany , 1938 – 1945 < 5
48 Occupation of parts of Romania by the Soviet Union, 1940 - 1941 < 5
49 Occupation of Baltic states of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania by the Soviet Union, 1940–1941; 1944-1991</ref>|group=nb}} </ref>|group=nb}} < 5
50 Occupation of European countries by Germany during World War II (1939 – 1945). < 5
51 Occupation of Iceland on May 10, 1940 by the United Kingdom, and then subsequently by the United States from July 7, 1941 for the duration of World War II. < 5
52 Occupation of Denmark < 5
53 Occupation of Japan, by the United States (1945–1951) < 5
54 Occupation of parts of south-eastern France by Italy 1940 – 1943 < 5

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