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Central African Republic Rejects Militias' Cease-Fire Accord

The Central African Republic on Thursday rejected a cease-fire deal signed by rival militias that calls for amnesty for those responsible for more than a year of sectarian violence. The talks, between a splinter group of the mainly Muslim Seleka alliance and a faction of the "anti-balaka" militia, were held in Kenya, outside the auspices of a government-led peace process in C.A.R. The final draft of the accord called for a transitional government to be appointed to replace...

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