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Central African Republic Says France to Boost Troops

France will triple the number of its soldiers in the Central African Republic to 1,200 to bolster security after months of violence, the war-torn nation's prime minister said on Monday. The mineral-rich but impoverished nation of 4.6 million people has descended into chaos since Seleka rebels, many of them from neighbouring Chad and Sudan, ousted President Francois Bozize in March. Prime Minister Nicolas Tiangaye said French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius had told him the...

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