More French troops deploy in CAR
Posted: Tuesday, December 3, 2013
More French troops deploy in Central African Republic
The move came amid efforts to improve security in the Central African Republic with a United Nations Security Council vote this week on a French-drafted resolution aimed at strengthening a flagging African stabilisation force on the ground.
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