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Central African Republic issues arrest warrant for ex-president

BANGUI (Reuters) - The new government of Central African Republic has issued an international arrest warrant against deposed former president Francois Bozize, accusing him of "crimes against humanity and incitement to genocide", the state prosecutor said on Friday.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

Opposition, rebels take key posts in new Central African Republic government

BANGUI (Reuters) - Opposition parties and a rebel coalition took key ministerial posts, including finance and mining, in a new government announced on Sunday as part of a peace deal in the Central African Republic. Full story

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