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Central African Republic militia leader arrested in France for war crimes

By DW
14 December 2018   |   10:00 am
The ICC had issued the arrest warrant of Patrice-Edouard Ngaissona for war crimes. He is the suspected leader of a militia accused of carrying out attacks on the Central African Republic's Muslim population.

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