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UN seeks to shore up C. Africa ceasefire deal

Congo's President Denis Sassou Nguesso (R) and Central African Republic President Catherine Samba Panza (L) attend talks gathering key players in the Central African conflict, on July 23, 2014, in BrazzavilleThe UN Security Council on Thursday threw its support behind a ceasefire deal reached by warring factions in the Central African Republic and said the agreement should be fully implemented. In a statement, the Council said it welcomed the deal and “called on all parties to immediately and fully implement this agreement.” “This agreement is a first step in a wider political process in the Central African Republic,” said the Council, citing the need for political dialogue, disarmament of rebels including of child soldiers, and elections.

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