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Central Africa's Seleka rebel coalition chief Michel Djotodia is escorted by FOMAC (Central Africa Multinational Force) soldiers as he arrives in Bangui on January 15, 2013. The Seleka rebel alliance in the Central African Republic said it backed opposition figure Nicolas Tiangaye to become prime minister in a move that advances a peace deal reached last week. 'We have just confirmed Mr Tiangaye as prime minister. He is the future prime minister, there is no more objection,' Seleka rebel coalition chief Michel Djotodia told AFP in Brazzaville after talks with the Republic of Congo's President Denis Sassou Nguesso, who heads a follow-up committee monitoring the accord. AFP PHOTO / PATRICK FORT (Photo credit should read PATRICK FORT/AFP/Getty Images)
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Central Africa's Seleka rebel coalition chief Michel Djotodia is escorted by FOMAC (Central Africa Multinational Force) soldiers as he arrives in Bangui on January 15, 2013. The Seleka rebel alliance in the Central African Republic said it backed opposition figure Nicolas Tiangaye to become prime minister in a move that advances a peace deal reached last week. 'We have just confirmed Mr Tiangaye as prime minister. He is the future prime minister, there is no more objection,' Seleka rebel coalition chief Michel Djotodia told AFP in Brazzaville after talks with the Republic of Congo's President Denis Sassou Nguesso, who heads a follow-up committee monitoring the accord. AFP PHOTO / PATRICK FORT (Photo credit should read PATRICK FORT/AFP/Getty Images)
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Central Africa's Seleka rebel coalition chief Michel Djotodia is... Nyhetsfoto 159559996Ankomst,Armésoldat,Bangui,Centralafrika,Centralafrikanska republiken,Diplomati,Horisontell,Michel Djotodia,Politik,Séléka,UpprorPhotographer Collection: AFP 2013 AFPCentral Africa's Seleka rebel coalition chief Michel Djotodia is escorted by FOMAC (Central Africa Multinational Force) soldiers as he arrives in Bangui on January 15, 2013. The Seleka rebel alliance in the Central African Republic said it backed opposition figure Nicolas Tiangaye to become prime minister in a move that advances a peace deal reached last week. 'We have just confirmed Mr Tiangaye as prime minister. He is the future prime minister, there is no more objection,' Seleka rebel coalition chief Michel Djotodia told AFP in Brazzaville after talks with the Republic of Congo's President Denis Sassou Nguesso, who heads a follow-up committee monitoring the accord. AFP PHOTO / PATRICK FORT (Photo credit should read PATRICK FORT/AFP/Getty Images)