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CAR awaits UN decision on peacekeepers

International community debates if to send in western troops as violence surges in Central African Republic.

Last updated: 18 Nov 2013 03:27
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The United Nations may pledge more support for a new force to help restore stability in Central African Republic.

New President Michel Djotodia has been unable to control the violence since dissolving the rebel alliance that swept him to power.

But there is no agreement yet and stability seems far.

Aljazeera's Nazanine Moshiri reports from the capital, Bangui.

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