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Rebel leader vows to unite CAR

Michel Djotodia says "the whole population must participate to bring peace" to Central African nation.

Last Modified: 15 Apr 2013 17:09
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More than a dozen people have been killed in fighting between the rebels and residents in the Central African Republic.

It is three weeks since the rebel group Seleka seized control, but looting and violence continues in many parts of the country.

Al Jazeera's Nazanine Moshiri met the country's self-proclaimed leader, Michel Djotodia, in the capital Bangui.

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