Central African Republic rebels captured two more towns overnight, just days before talks were due to open on the crisis in the impoverished country, an official said Saturday.
Central African Republic soldiers patrol in the capital Bangui on January 5, 2013. Rebels in the Central African Republic captured two more towns overnight, Territorial Administration Minister Josue Binoua told AFP on Saturday.
"The rebels took two towns near Bambari," a town already under the control of the Seleka rebel coalition, Territorial Administration Minister Josue Binoua told AFP.
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