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Muslims flee Central African Republic capital
Christian crowds jeer Muslims leaving Bangui as International Criminal Court says situation "gone from bad to worse".
Last updated: 07 Feb 2014 19:50 GMT
US calls on CAR to end cycle of violence
Call comes after suspected ex-rebel is publicly lynched following a military ceremony in the capital Bangui.
Last updated: 06 Feb 2014 05:29 GMT
Soldiers lynch man at army ceremony in CAR
Man in crowd killed minutes after listening to speech by president promising to bring order to Central African Republic.
Last updated: 05 Feb 2014 18:54 GMT
Rebel leaders leave Bangui amid CAR violence
Mob violence continues, killing at least eight as Seleka leaders exit Bangui in convoy, heading to an unknown location.
Last updated: 27 Jan 2014 07:09 GMT
New CAR leader sworn in as tensions escalate
Interim president, Catherine Samba-Panza, calls for a ceasefire as tensions flare across the capital.
Last updated: 24 Jan 2014 08:59 GMT
Rights group: Assad forces behind attack
New York-based Human Rights Watch says rocket-debris suggest chemical attack was launched by Syrian government forces.
Last updated: 10 Sep 2013 15:18 GMT
Evidence of mass murder after Gaddafi's death
A new report suggests anti-Gaddafi militias carried out massacres during Libyan conflict in Sirte.
Last updated: 17 Oct 2012 14:34 GMT
Libyan papers 'show CIA and MI6 links'
Documents in abandoned Tripoli office suggest Gaddafi's intelligence chief had ties with US and British spy agencies.
Last updated: 04 Sep 2011 06:49 GMT
Unlucky camel finds Libya's largest minefield
A civilian team with pool cues and little training unearths more than 500 mines laid by Gaddafi's forces near Misurata.
Last updated: 28 Jun 2011 13:00 GMT
Raids and rebellion in Benghazi
In the fog of war, pro-democracy forces are having a hard time determining friend from foe.
Last updated: 11 May 2011 18:52 GMT
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