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U.N. peacekeepers killed in Central African Republic before election By Reuters

U.N. peacekeepers killed in Central African Republic before election By Reuters
U.N. peacekeepers killed in Central African Republic before election

Central African Republic President Faustin Archange Touadera addresses supporters at a political rally at the stadium in Bangui p BANGUI (Reuters) - Three United Nations peacekeepers were killed in Central African Republic, the U.Central African Republic, which is rich in diamonds, timber and gold, has experienced five coups and numerous rebellions since independence from France in 1960.The court rejected Bozize's presidential candidacy earlier this month, saying he did not satisfy the "good morality" requirement because of an arrest warrant and U.Attacks by rebel groups opposed to Touadera surged after the court rejected Bozize's candidacy.

On Saturday, the constitutional court denied opposition requests to delay the elections, ensuring they will go ahead as planned.Bozize has denied ordering or committing crimes when he was president while his party, the main opposition, has denied the U.

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