Central African Republic violence: Militia leaders on trial for 2013-2014 attacks

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    The former head of the #CentralAfricanRepublic’s soccer federation and an alleged rebel commander known as Rambo are going on trial Tuesday at the International Criminal Court, charged with war #crimes and crimes against humanity. FRANCE 24’s Clément Di Roma tells us more. #ICC

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