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'New Somalia' risk as warlords rule in Central African Republic

OUATA-NANA, Central African Republic (Reuters) - The villagers ran away in panic when rebels brandishing machetes and AK47 assault rifles appeared from the bush, leaving the Red Cross medical workers standing alone in a dusty clearing in Central African Republic. Full story

African Union plans bigger peacekeeping force for Central African Republic

ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) - The African Union will form a new 3,600-strong peacekeeping mission for Central African Republic (CAR) to step up efforts to stabilize the fractious country, officials said on Friday. Full story

Rights group accuses Central African Republic rebels of abuses

BANGUI (Reuters) - Rebels in Central African Republic have razed villages, torched homes and murdered civilians in violence across neglected rural areas that began before they seized power in March and continues today, Human Rights Watch (HRW) said on Friday. Full story

Central African Republic rebels still in control of cabinet despite reshuffle

BANGUI (Reuters) - A cabinet reshuffle in Central African Republic requested by the international community to reduce the dominance of rebel leaders who seized power in a March coup has left the representatives of the SELEKA coalition in most of the top cabinet posts. Full story

Coup leader elected president in Central African Republic

BANGUI (Reuters) - The rebel leader who seized power in Central African Republic, Michel Djotodia, was elected president on Saturday by an acting parliament. Full story

Central African Republic rebels threaten to resume fighting

BANGUI (Reuters) - Rebels in Central African Republic threatened on Monday to resume fighting, accusing President Francois Bozize of failing to honor a peace deal signed last month. Full story

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Soldiers from the Seleka rebel alliance stand guard as the Central African Republic's new President Djotodia attends Friday prayers at the central mosque in Bangui
Soldiers from the Seleka rebel alliance stand guard as the Central African Republic's new President Djotodia attends Friday prayers at the central mosque in Bangui

Soldiers from the Seleka rebel alliance stand guard as the Central African Republic's new President Michel Djotodia attends Friday prayers at the central mosque in Bangui March 29, 2013. REUTERS/Alain Amontchi

Central African Republic's new President Michel Djotodia speaks to his supporters at a rally in favour of the Seleka rebel coalition in downtown Bangui
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Central African Republic's new President Michel Djotodia speaks to his supporters at a rally in favour of the Seleka rebel coalition in downtown Bangui March 30, 2013. REUTERS/Alain Amontchi

Soldier from the Seleka rebel alliance prays at the central mosque in Bangui
Soldier from the Seleka rebel alliance prays at the central mosque in Bangui

A soldier from the Seleka rebel alliance prays at the central mosque in Bangui March 29, 2013. REUTERS/Alain Amontchi (CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC - Tags: MILITARY RELIGION)