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Gunmen tour streets of Central African Republic

--STORY CONTAINS GRAPHIC IMAGES -- French troops survey the landscape of the Central African Republic -- a country mired in violence and turmoil. At least 400 people have been killed in inter-religious attacks over the last three days. On the ground the mostly Muslim Seleka Gunmen still tour the capital in pickup trucks -- although that is expected to change. On Monday, France said it will start disarming fighters -- by force if necessary. Central African Republic has slid into chaos as interim president Michel Djotodia struggles to control his loose band of Seleka fighters, who helped him seize power in March. Interim President Michel Djotodia is in Paris -- where he says France is lending its support. (SOUNDBITE) (French) CENTRAL AFRICAN PRESIDENT, MICHEL DJOTODIA, SAYING: "France is clear about this. It is not coming here to replace whatever, France is not coming here to disturb the transition, it is coming to support this process wh

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