Central African Republic’s Leader Resigns — Update – Wall Street Journal

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Wall Street Journal
The Central African Republic’s interim president, Michel Djotodia, resigned under pressure from other African leaders Friday, highlighting the political disarray that has fueled vigilante violence across the country. Mr. Djotodia’s resignation, along with that of his
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