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Kidnappings Threaten Fragile CAR Peace Process

The Central African Republic's long-awaited reconciliation process is being threatened by a spike in kidnappings of officials and government ministers by factions of the former Seleka rebels and anti-balaka militias. The kidnappings began the day after the United Nations arrested major anti-balaka leader Rodrigue Ngaïbona, better known as Andjilo, in Bangui. A group of anti-balaka kidnapped two humanitarian workers, then asked for Andjilo's release. Politician and...

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