“Bangui: Central African alliance rebels Séléka, which began an offensive mid-December and asks for the departure of the president François Bozizé, took two new cities, Alindao and Kouango in the centre, during the night of Friday to Saturday, while negotiations should take place in Libreville on Tuesday, according to the minister of the Regional administration.”
The rebels took two cities near Bambari (already theatre of clashes and controlled by the rebels): Alindao and Kouango. This shows their vague desires to make war when there are negotiations, declared Josué Binoua.
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