CENTRAL AFRICA FIGHTING KILLS 60: PRESIDENCY

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BANGUI: Central African troops battled fighters loyal to the ousted president on Monday (Tuesday in Manila) on the second day of clashes that have killed at least 60 people, one of the deadliest outbreaks since a March coup. The fighting erupted on Sunday near Bossangoa, some 250 kilometers north of the capital Bangui, in the home region of Francois Bozize, who ruled the troubled nation for 10 years until his overthrow six months ago.

AFP

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