Central African Republic needs many more peacekeepers: EU


ABIDJAN (Reuters) – Central African Republic needs up to four times more peacekeepers than are currently deployed to quell the worsening sectarian conflict and provide security for aid workers, the European Union’s top humanitarian official said. The country has descended into chaos since the Seleka coalition of rebels, many of them from neighboring Chad and Sudan, ousted President Francois Bozize in March. France…

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North Korea 'restarts' nuclear reactor, atomic watchdog warns

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