Central African Republic's Interim President Blames UN Peace Keepers For Failing To Curb Violence

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The Central African Republic's elections due next month seem unlikely to take place, following the ongoing wave of violence in the country. The elections were originally scheduled for October 18 and were postponed to December. But the ongoing reprisal attacks between muslims and christians may prompt another postponement. Meanwhile President Catherine Samba-Panza says that the UN has failed to stop the violence . Susan Mwongeli reports
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