Bangui, Central African Republic, AP—The interim leader of the Central African Republic vowed on Monday that the era of anarchy in the tumultuous country was now over, a bold declaration made only days after the man who had seized power in a coup last year stepped...
Bangui, Reuters—Gunfire rang out, mosques were attacked and Muslim-owned shops and houses were looted overnight in the Central African Republic’s capital, and the former president left for exile in Benin after stepping down as part of a drive to restore order....
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