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C.A.R Crisis 

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Soldiers Lynch Man - 06 Feb 2014 
Images from Bangui where a group of soldiers lynched a man on Wednesday whom they suspected of having been a rebel, minutes after hearing the new president promise to restore security at a ceremony to reinstate the divided country’s armed forces.

A Reuters witness saw about 20 uniformed soldiers accuse a member of the crowd at a training centre in the capital Bangui of having belonged to Seleka, the mostly Muslim rebel group that seized power in a coup last March.

They then stabbed him repeatedly until he was dead. A soldier stamped on the lifeless body, which was then dragged through the streets, dismembered and set alight as residents looked on and took photographs. 
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February 05, 2014 
A man pushes a Gendarmerie officer (C) away from an angry crowd, moments before he manages to escape... 
Bangui, Central African Republic 
A man pushes a Gendarmerie officer away from an angry crowd in the capital Bangui 
A man pushes a Gendarmerie officer (C) away from an angry crowd, moments before he manages to escape in the back of a vehicle after being accused of being a supporter of the ousted Seleka fighters, in the capital Bangui February 5, 2014. The incident happened minutes after the interim president of the Central African Republic Catherine Samba-Panza addressed the Central African Army Forces (FACA) at the National College of Administration and Magistrature, asking for order to be restored after months of sectarian violence that has left thousands dead or homeless. REUTERS/Siegfried Modola (CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST) 
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February 05, 2014 
A crowd chases a Gendarmerie officer, who managed to escape in the back of a vehicle after he was accused... 
Bangui, Central African Republic 
A crowd chases a Gendarmerie officer, who managed to escape in the back of a vehicle after he was accused... 
A crowd chases a Gendarmerie officer, who managed to escape in the back of a vehicle after he was accused of being a supporter of the ousted Seleka fighters, in the capital Bangui February 5, 2014. The incident happened minutes after the interim president of the Central African Republic Catherine Samba-Panza addressed the Central African Army Forces (FACA) at the National College of Administration and Magistrature, asking for order to be restored after months of sectarian violence that has left thousands dead or homeless. REUTERS/Siegfried Modola (CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST) 
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February 05, 2014 
Catherine Samba-Panza, interim president of the Central African Republic, addresses Central African Army... 
Bangui, Central African Republic 
Catherine Samba-Panza, interim president of the Central African Republic, addresses Central African Army... 
Catherine Samba-Panza, interim president of the Central African Republic, addresses Central African Army Forces (FACA) soldiers as Prime Minister Andre Nzapayeke (L) looks on, at the National College of Administration and Magistrature in the capital Bangui February 5, 2014. Samba-Panza asked for order to be restored after months of sectarian violence that has left thousands dead or homeless. REUTERS/Siegfried Modola (CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST) 
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February 05, 2014 
Catherine Samba-Panza (R), interim president of the Central African Republic, shakes hands with the General... 
Bangui, Central African Republic 
Catherine Samba-Panza, interim president of the Central African Republic, shakes hands with the General... 
Catherine Samba-Panza (R), interim president of the Central African Republic, shakes hands with the General of the French peacekeeping military operation in the the country Francisco Soriano before her address to the Central African Army Forces (FACA) at the National College of Administration and Magistrature in the capital Bangui February 5, 2014. Samba-Panza asked for order to be restored after months of sectarian violence that has left thousands dead or homeless. REUTERS/Siegfried Modola (CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST MILITARY) 
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February 05, 2014 
Catherine Samba-Panza, interim president of the Central African Republic, waves to a cheering crowd as... 
Bangui, Central African Republic 
Catherine Samba-Panza, interim president of the Central African Republic, waves to a cheering crowd in... 
Catherine Samba-Panza, interim president of the Central African Republic, waves to a cheering crowd as she drives away after addressing Central African Army Forces (FACA) soldiers at the National College of Administration and Magistrature in the capital Bangui February 5, 2014. Samba-Panza asked for order to be restored after months of sectarian violence that has left thousands dead or homeless. REUTERS/Siegfried Modola (CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST) 
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February 05, 2014 
Francisco Soriano (C), general of the French peacekeeping military operation in the country, listens... 
Bangui, Central African Republic 
Francisco Soriano, general of the French peacekeeping military operation in the country, listens to address... 
Francisco Soriano (C), general of the French peacekeeping military operation in the country, listens as the interim president of the Central African Republic Catherine Samba-Panza addresses Central African Army Forces (FACA) soldiers at the National College of Administration and Magistrature in the capital Bangui February 5, 2014. Samba-Panza asked for order to be restored after months of sectarian violence that has left thousands dead or homeless. REUTERS/Siegfried Modola (CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY CIVIL UNREST) 
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February 05, 2014 
A Central African Army Forces (FACA) soldier films with a mobile phone as interim president of the Central... 
Bangui, Central African Republic 
A FARCA soldier films with a mobile phone as interim president of the Central African Republic Samba-Panza... 
A Central African Army Forces (FACA) soldier films with a mobile phone as interim president of the Central African Republic Catherine Samba-Panza addresses soldiers at the National College of Administration and Magistrature in the capital Bangui February 5, 2014. Samba-Panza asked for order to be restored after months of sectarian violence that has left thousands dead or homeless. REUTERS/Siegfried Modola (CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC - Tags: MILITARY CIVIL UNREST POLITICS) 
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