Markets Reopen in Capitol of CAR, but Unrest Continues

Voice of America
Publication Date:
13 January 2014
Central African Republic, Governance, Conflict, Peace and Security, Peacekeeping and Conflict Resolution

Markets reopen and life slowly goes back to normal in the Central African Republic's capital Bangui as Christian militia take positions vacated by Seleka fighters following the resignation of interim President Michel Djotodia. VOA's Vincent Makori gets an update from Eugène Pehoua-Pelema, an analysis and a CAR native.


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