Global Week in Review: Dennis Rodman Returns to North Korea

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CAR President Agrees to Speak to Christian Rebels

Central African Republic president Michel Djotodia has agreed to speak with Christian rebels. "They are not enemies. They are our brothers," Djotodia told a French media outlet. Since Djotodia became the country's first Muslim leader after a coup in March, the Central African Republic has been plagued by a modern day Crusades, taking the lives of hundreds. 

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