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Until last year the Central African Republic had never known full-scale civil war.
A grouping of former Seleka rebels in Central African Republic have expelled several members of their coalition who took part in the country's new government, saying they had not not been consulted on the appointments.
Several shootings have been reported near the route of New York City's West Indian Day Parade just hours before its start.
Witnesses say several hundred Muslim rebels have left the capital of Central African Republic and are now heading back to the country's north about eight months after they were forced from power.
At least 50 people were killed in confrontations between the predominantly Muslim seleka militia and the mainly Christian anti-balaka militia in Boda, a town southern Bangui, the capital of the Central African Republic, over the past three days, a member of the country's National Transitional Council has said.
The Timangolo refugee host site in East Cameroon was still under construction when we visited it.
The nation has paid tribute to 26 soldiers killed on the battle ground in seperate operations to fight insecurity in the sub-region.
While South African soldiers were fighting for their lives in the CAR last year, a different battle was going on back at defence headquarters.
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Chadian troops, part of an African Union peacekeeping force, drive down a road in Bangui, Central African Republic, on Dec. 26, 2013.
Looking forward to lasting stability and peace in war-torn Central African Republic, the newly-appointed prime minister, Kamoun Mahamat, announced the formation of a new transitional government.
Updated: Tue Sep 02, 2014 11:51 am
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