Central African Republic French Intervention Risky for Hollande

The Central African Republic is on the verge of collapse, as religious warfare threatens to devolve into genocide. Now French President François Hollande is sending 1,200 troops to end the violence -- but France runs the risk of becoming embroiled in complicated power struggles.
A Seleka fighter in the Central African Republic. A French intervention aims to quell the violence in the troubled country.

A Seleka fighter in the Central African Republic. A French intervention aims to quell the violence in the troubled country.

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