Thursday, April 24, 2014   

Central Africa PM pleads for foreign troops
(12-05 18:45)

Central African Prime Minister Nicolas Tiangaye pleaded for France to intervene in his strife-ridden country “immediately'' after an upcoming UN vote due to give French and African troops the go-ahead.
“Given the urgency, my desire is that the intervention happens as soon as possible, immediately after the resolution,’’ said Tiangaye, who is in Paris for an upcoming Africa summit.—AFP

   
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