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Members of the Central African Armed Forces (FACA) lynch a man suspected of being a former Seleka rebel on February 5, 2014, in Bangui.  The impoverished former French colony descended into chaos last March when rebel forces overthrew the president, but an interim government lost control of the country.  Rival Muslim and Christian militias are now battling each other and rogue checkpoints have been set up on nearly all main roads.Despite the presence of French and African peacekeeping troops, violence continues to rock the country, and has already forced about a fifth of the population of 4.6 million from their homes.
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Pagan Militia In Congo Ambushes Over Forty Police Officers, And Decapitates All Of Them

By Theodore Shoebat A pagan militia in the Congo, which calls itself the “Kamwina Nsapu militia,” ambushed over forty police officers and decapitated all of them. The militia made the attack between the cities of Tshikapa and Kananga in Central Kasai province on Friday. Six police officers were spared simply because they spoke the local Tshiluba language. […]

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