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    Will the international community repeat the mistakes of Rwanda in CAR? - April 11, 2014

    Many are saying the conflict in the CAR looks a lot like Rwanda did before the world intervened two decades ago. The UN is sending in thousands of peacekeepers, but the question is … will they get there soon enough to stop the bloodshed in the CAR?

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