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Central African Rep.

TRANSITIONAL JUSTICE IN THE CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC – IN BRIEF
Context: The Central African Republic has been plagued by conflict and military coups ever since independence from France in 1960. The latest conflict broke out in March 2013, when Muslim-dominated Seleka rebels deposed longtime leader Francois Bozizé and began a reign of terror, looting and burning homes and killing civilians perceived to be allied with the former government. The response of mostly-Christian home grown rebel groups, known as Anti-balaka, was just as vicious. Beginning in…
by JusticeInfo, JusticeInfo.Net
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