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    Soldiers Lynch Man At Army Ceremony In Central African Republic


    by Wochit

    A group of soldiers in Central African Republic's capital lynched a man they suspected of having been a rebel, minutes after hearing the new president promise to restore security at a ceremony to reinstate the divided country's armed forces. A Reuters witness saw about 20 uniformed soldiers accuse a member of the crowd of having belonged to Seleka, the mostly Muslim rebel group that seized power in a coup last March, before stabbing him repeatedly until he was dead.