Conflict in Central African Republic: Christian Militias Attack Fleeing Citizens

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Bozizé on the Run

The Seleka rebel coalition resumed its fight against the Bozizé government on Thursday, March 21, 2013, and fighting quickly moved toward government stronghold Bangui. The rebels accused Bozizé of breaking a January peace deal to incorporate its fighters into the national army. In May, rebels overthrew the president and took over the palace. Officials say he fled to Cameroon.

(Photo: AP Photo/Ben Curtis, File)

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