Rare glimpse at Russian help to end one of the world’s longest wars [EXCLUSIVE]

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    RT correspondent, Konstantin Rozhkov, takes a look at Russia’s help in the Central African Republic where civil war is brewing. Moscow’s been helping the country by sending instructors and small arms in compliance with UN resolutions, in a conflict largely ignored by world media

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