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One Tumultuous Year in Power for CAR's President

This month marks the first anniversary at the helm of the Central African Republic for interim President Catherine Samba-Panza. Elected as sectarian violence raged across the country, she has a Herculean task: to end the civil war and put the country back on the right track.   She had pledged to bring peace and unity to her country. When Catherine Samba-Panza took the oath of office in January 2014, Central African Republic was in a dire state. The country had been torn apart by...

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