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  • France ends Sangaris military operation in CAR - BBC News

    France ends Sangaris military operation in CAR - BBC News;

    France is ending its military mission in the Central African Republic (CAR), three years after it intervened to stop mass killing after a rebellion ousted former president Francois Bozize. The withdrawal of the 2,000 French troops comes as a fresh wave ...and more »

  • France ends military mission in troubled Central African Republic - FRANCE 24

    France ends military mission in troubled Central African Republic - FRANCE 24;

    France on Monday formally ended a peacekeeping mission in Central African Republic, hailing it a success despite sporadic outbreaks of violence in its deeply troubled former colony. The move came just hours after about 10 people were killed in clashes ...and more »

  • France Winds Down Central African Republic Mission As Violence Erupts - Newsweek

    France Winds Down Central African Republic Mission As Violence Erupts - Newsweek;

    France is pulling 2,000 of its troops out of Central African Republic (CAR) as a three-year military mission comes to an end, despite violence intensifying in the country in recent weeks. French Defense Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian arrived in the ...and more »

  • France, withdrawing forces, says will not abandon Central African Republic - Mail & Guardian Africa

    France, withdrawing forces, says will not abandon Central African Republic - Mail & Guardian Africa;

    About 3500 French troops are stationed in Mauritania, Mali, Niger, Chad and Burkina Faso as part of Operation Barkhane. French Defence Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian. REUTERS/Charles Platiau. French Defence Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian said on Monday ...and more »

  • France pulling troops out of Central African Republic after 3 bloody years - UPI.com

    France pulling troops out of Central African Republic after 3 bloody years - UPI.com;

    Paris sent forces to the CAR in December 2013 to quell violence between Christian and Muslim rebels. By Doug G. Ware | Oct. 31, 2016 at 2:45 PM. Comments 0 Comments. share with facebook · share with twitter. French service members unload military ...and more »

  • French Pullout From the CAR: 'No Grounds to Regret' French Troops' Departure - Sputnik International

    French Pullout From the CAR: 'No Grounds to Regret' French Troops' Departure - Sputnik International;

    On Monday, Paris officially ended Operation Sangaris, a French military mission in the Central African Republic intended to bring stability to the violence-torn country. Speaking to Sputnik, French security and Africa expert Rolland Marchal explained ...and more »

  • Central African Republic: Threat of Violence Looms in as France's Sangaris Operation Ends - AllAfrica.com

    Central African Republic: Threat of Violence Looms in as France's Sangaris Operation Ends - AllAfrica.com;

    Armed militias were reported to be gathering in the Central African Republic (CAR) ahead of Monday's withdrawal of French troops of Operation Sangaris, which started three years ago to halt bloodletting that followed a sectarian civil war. French ...and more »

  • France pulls out of Central African Republic - Deutsche Welle

    France pulls out of Central African Republic - Deutsche Welle;

    Paris has formally ended its military mission in the troubled Central African Republic (CAR) but vowed French troops would still be ready to intervene. The move has caused concern among local officials. google+ Tumblr VZ Xing Newsvine Digg ...and more »

  • World View: France Pulls Out of Central African Republic as Sectarian Violence Grows - Breitbart News

    World View: France Pulls Out of Central African Republic as Sectarian Violence Grows - Breitbart News;

    France on Monday formally ended its peacekeeping mission in Central African Republic. Using an old trick to “just declare victory and go home,” France hailed it as a success even though it has been pretty much a total failure, as violence in the ...and more »

  • Central African Republic: Former child soldiers struggle to return to normal life - FRANCE 24

    Central African Republic: Former child soldiers struggle to return to normal life - FRANCE 24;

    France's peacekeeping mission in Central African Republic officially ended this Monday, but the consequences of the civil war that tore the country apart from 2013 to 2015 continue to be felt. During the conflict, up to 10,000 child soldiers were ...and more »