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the capital and largest city of the Central African Republic

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Author affiliations: Institut Pasteur, Bangui, Central African Republic (I.
Shank was also a professor at Bangui Evangelical School of Theology, Bangui, Central African Republic.
A total of 28 people are now believed to have died when a cargo aircraft operated by Prestige Airlines crashed in a sparsely populated residential area in Bangui, Central African Republic on 4 July 2002.
Mirana Daimbaye is a pastor of the Protestant Church of Christ the King in Bangui, Central African Republic, and coordinates the department for women, young women and children.
BANGUI, Central African Republic, Jumada I 11, 1437, Feb 20, 2016, SPA -- The head of Central African Republic's election body says a former prime minister who came in second during the first round of balloting has won the country's presidential runoff vote, according to AP.
8--by opening a Holy Door at the cathedral in Bangui, Central African Republic, in a sign of reconciliation in a country still scarred by violence.
Pope Francis blesses children during his visit to a refugee camp, in Bangui, Central African Republic, Andrew Medichini
A truck with men sitting on top of it, which is part of a convoy of over 100 vehicles of Muslims fleeing Bangui, Central African Republic, Friday, Feb.
A FOMAC regional peacekeeper screams for a ceasefire as troops fire their guns to secure the evacuation of Muslim clerics from the St Jacques Church in Bangui, Central African Republic, Thursday Dec.
In another response to an outbreak of violence in Africa, US Ambassador to the United Nations Samantha Power led a delegation of US officials, including Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs Linda Thomas- Greenfield, to Bangui, Central African Republic, Harf noted.
A mission from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) led by Norbert Toe visited Bangui, Central African Republic (CAR), 24 October-8 November 2012 to conduct the first review of the three-year program supported under the Extended Credit Facility (ECF).
Further services will be introduced to Bafoussam, Garoua, Mamfe later on, as will external flights to capitals in the sub-region, including Libreville, Gabon, N'djamena, Chad and Bangui, Central African Republic.
Ambassador at Large for International Religious Freedom David Saperstein will travel to Bangui, Central African Republic, September 27-October 3, to discuss efforts to promote religious equality, tolerance, and a peaceful resolution to conflict with government officials, religious leaders, and civil society representatives.