CAR unrest: Govt and rebels hold talks in Sudan

14 armed groups and the government of Central African Republic meet in Khartoum for talks in an effort to bring peace.

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    Sudan is hosting rival leaders from the Central African Republic for peace talks.

    In 2013, rebel fighters took over the capital but were pushed back after French and UN intervention. Since then the country has been on the brink of civil war and deep divisions remain,

    Al Jazeera's Nicolas Haque reports.


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