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CENTRAFRICA-UNREST

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Rebels of the Seleka coalition arrest a man, claiming to belong to the Seleka movement, suspected of looting a house in a popular neighbourood of Bangui on March 26, 2013. Central African Republic strongman Michel Djotodia was set to unveil a new government on March 26 after declaring he would rule by decree following the latest coup in the notoriously unstable nation. Looters were on the rampage in the capital Bangui after Djotodia's Seleka rebel coalition seized control in a rapid-fire weekend assault that forced president Francois Bozize into exile and was condemned by the international community. AFP PHOTO / SIA KAMBOU (Photo credit should read SIA KAMBOU/AFP/Getty Images)
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Rebels of the Seleka coalition arrest a man, claiming to belong to the Seleka movement, suspected of looting a house in a popular neighbourood of Bangui on March 26, 2013. Central African Republic strongman Michel Djotodia was set to unveil a new government on March 26 after declaring he would rule by decree following the latest coup in the notoriously unstable nation. Looters were on the rampage in the capital Bangui after Djotodia's Seleka rebel coalition seized control in a rapid-fire weekend assault that forced president Francois Bozize into exile and was condemned by the international community. AFP PHOTO / SIA KAMBOU (Photo credit should read SIA KAMBOU/AFP/Getty Images)
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March 26, 2013
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Rebels of the Seleka coalition arrest a man claiming to belong to the... News Photo 164686400Adult,Arrest,Assertiveness,Bangui,Belong,Central African Republic,Famous,Horizontal,House,Looting,Men,Motion,Politics,Rebellion,Suspicion,SélékaPhotographer Collection: AFP 2013 AFPRebels of the Seleka coalition arrest a man, claiming to belong to the Seleka movement, suspected of looting a house in a popular neighbourood of Bangui on March 26, 2013. Central African Republic strongman Michel Djotodia was set to unveil a new government on March 26 after declaring he would rule by decree following the latest coup in the notoriously unstable nation. Looters were on the rampage in the capital Bangui after Djotodia's Seleka rebel coalition seized control in a rapid-fire weekend assault that forced president Francois Bozize into exile and was condemned by the international community. AFP PHOTO / SIA KAMBOU (Photo credit should read SIA KAMBOU/AFP/Getty Images)