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Topic - Michel Djotodia
A Central African bishop who was abducted on Holy Wednesday by Seleka rebels, and on his way to be executed, has called the incident "a great misfortune."
Central African Republic can recover from the carnage of violent conflict through a return to Christ, who empowers Christians to forgive their enemies, the archbishop of the nation’s capital says.
Dozens of Muslim rebels who ousted the president of Central African Republic last year moved out of the main military base in downtown Bangui on Monday, hours after some of their top brass were escorted out of the capital by peacekeepers.
The two "knew each other "quite well," he told America's Kevin Clarke, and he had "criticized or condemned the various abuses (the colonel) committed on the population."
He said that "for many years, the people of the Central African Republic have lived in harmony; we have known brotherhood – this communion among communities."