Witnesses say an angry crowd killed a Muslim man in Bangui, Central African Republic, decapitating and burning his corpse; spokesperson for local Muslims says a taxi driver was later killed as revenge - @Reuters
Witnesses: Several hundred Muslim rebels have left the capital of Central African Republic out of about 2,200 who are believed to still be living in Bangui after being forced from power 8 months ago - @AP
Youths in the Central African Republic plundered a mosque in Bangui and barricaded streets with burning tires in protest at an attack by Muslim gunmen on a church that killed about 15, witnesses say - @Reuters
President Obama to West Point graduates: Today, according to self-described realists, conflicts in Syria or Ukraine or the Central African Republic are not ours to solve ... A different view, from interventionists from the left and from the right, says we ignore these conflicts at our own peril - @ZekeJMiller
The president of Central African Republic on Dec. 27, 2012, called on France and other foreign powers to help his government fend off rebels who are quickly seizing territory and approaching this capital city.