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CAR rebel chief Noureddine Adam seeks to rally dissident groups in country's north

Noureddine Adam, the chief of the FPRC, poses in Birao, northern Central African Republic, on December 20, 2017.
Noureddine Adam, the chief of the FPRC, poses in Birao, northern Central African Republic, on December 20, 2017. © Alexis Huguet / AFP
The leader of the FPRC militia has left Khartoum, Sudan, where he was living. At the same time, once rival rebel groups appear to be regrouping in CAR's diamond-rich Vakaga province where the rebellions began. This activity signals the first rapprochement between these fighters in nearly three years. [...] (1219 words)
Issue dated 06/09/2022 Reading time 5 minutes Antoine Rolland
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