Conflict in Central African Republic: Christian Militias Attack Fleeing Citizens

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Bozizé Stood Strong

After rebel forces announced they will temporarily lay down their arms in efforts to conduct peace talks with the CAR government, President Francois Bozizé announced that he will not leave power — rejecting a main demand of the group.

Before the talks, rebel group Seleka had been on a steady march toward the country’s capital city of Bangui, where officials worried that the government might fall to the armed force.

(Photo: Luc Gnago/REUTERS/LANDOV)

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