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Security Efforts, Dialogue Go Hand in Hand in C.A.R., UN Mission Says

Sporadic clashes between rebel groups in several villages in the Central African Republic are threatening the nation’s fragile peace process. Three weeks ago, about 30 people were killed in fighting in Kouango, about 160 kilometers east of the capital, Bangui, on the Ubangi River, regional MINUSCA spokesperson Vladimir Monteiro told VOA. Two more people were killed in Kaga-Bandoro and four in Domete in clashes between ex-Seleka rebels, a group that rose to power in 2013, and the...

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