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    07-Feb-2019 to 19:04

    CAR: Senegal’s Mankeur Ndiaye appointed MINUSCA head

    APA-Bangui (CAR) By Pierre Koutoukpe — The former head of Senegalese diplomacy, Mankeur Ndiaye has been appointed at the helm of the United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Mission for the Stabalization of the Central African Republic (MINUSCA).

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    05-Feb-2019 to 21:29

    Chad: Rebel groups outraged by French air strikes

    APA-N’Djamena (Chad) By Adam Hassane Deye — Chadian armed opposition (UFR, CCMSR, UFDD and CAD) have issued a joint statement on Tuesday calling on France to stop backing President Idriss Déby’s government through its air strikes.

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    30-Jan-2019 to 14:09

    Zimbabwe gov’t, civil servants locked in talks to avert a strike

    APA-Harare (Zimbabwe) — The Zimbabwean government was on Wednesday locked up in crunch negotiations with representatives of its restive 300,000-plus workers who have threatened to down tools unless their employer agrees to drastically raise their salaries.

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    29-Jan-2019 to 17:21

    CAR: Amnesty, power-sharing as main hurdles to peace deal

    APA-Bangui (CAR) By Pierre Koutoukpe — Peace talks between the Central African government and armed groups, which began in Khartoum, Sudan, last Thursday, continue this week with amnesty and power-sharing as the main stumbling blocks to reaching an agreement.

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    29-Jan-2019 to 16:40

    UN tribute for slain Chadian peacekeepers

    APA-Bamako (Mali) — The UN has paid emotive tribute to ten Chadian peacekeepers killed in an attack in Mali last week.

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    28-Jan-2019 to 15:40

    Chadian peacekeepers killed in Mali buried in N’Djamena

    APA-N'Djaména (Chad) By Adam Hassane Deyé — Chadian soldiers under the UNMISMA peacekeeping mission in Mali who were killed in the line of duty last week have been buried in Ndjamena.

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    22-Jan-2019 to 17:16

    CAR protagonists poised for Khartoum talks

    APA-Bangui (CAR) By Pierre Koutoupke — Central African Republic government officials have left Bangui for the Sudanese capital Khartoum ahead of the next round of reconciliation talks with representatives of armed militias active in the strife-torn country.

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