Central African Republic Dialogue Opens Window for Peace

Central African Republic Dialogue Opens Window for Peace

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A dialogue in Central African Republic that brought together the government and leaders of multiple bush rebellions has opened a window for peace in one of Africa’s most tangled—and forgotten—conflicts.

In what analysts hail as a potential peace-building success story for the international community, President Francois Bozize agreed with the rebel and opposition leaders to form a consensus government that would rule until scheduled Presidential elections in 2010. (Reuters News Reports)

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