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Rebels crack down on looting after C. Africa coup
Rebels crack down on looting after C. Africa coup

Rebel leaders in the Central African Republic have been cracking down on looters roaming the streets of the capital following the latest coup in the notoriously unstable nation.

Rebels crack down on looting after C. Africa coup
Central Africa's new strongman says will rule by decree
Central Africa's new strongman says will rule by decree

Central African strongman Michel Djotodia was facing international isolation Tuesday after dissolving the country's institutions and announcing he would rule by decree after the weekend coup.

Central Africa's new strongman says will rule by decree
President flees as Central African rebels seize capital
President flees as Central African rebels seize capital

Central African rebels seized control of the capital Bangui as the president fled, but they promised to respect a January peace deal that provides for elections within three years.

President flees as Central African rebels seize capital
Syrian opposition meets to choose rebel PM
Syrian opposition meets to choose rebel PM

Syria's opposition coalition meets in Istanbul on Monday to select their first rebel prime minister, tasked with running daily life in large swathes of territory freed from regime control but mired in chaos and poverty.

Syrian opposition meets to choose rebel PM
Syria rebels seize UN peacekeepers, take key city
Syria rebels seize UN peacekeepers, take key city

Negotiations were under way with Syrian rebels who seized 21 UN peacekeepers in the Golan Heights ceasefire zone between Syria and Israel, as rebels took total control of the key northern city of Raqa.

Syria rebels seize UN peacekeepers, take key city
Thailand, rebel group agree to seek peace talks
Thailand, rebel group agree to seek peace talks

Thailand signed its first-ever public agreement with a rebel group in its Muslim-majority south on Thursday, pledging to work toward peace talks aimed at ending a festering insurgency.

Thailand, rebel group agree to seek peace talks
Fierce fighting in Syria, UN envoy meets opposition leader
Fierce fighting in Syria, UN envoy meets opposition leader

Syrian rebels launched fierce assaults on government troops in several parts of the country on Sunday, as a UN envoy urged the leader of the opposition to seek dialogue with the Damascus regime.

Fierce fighting in Syria, UN envoy meets opposition leader
Peace hopes dim as Syrian army targets Damascus area
Peace hopes dim as Syrian army targets Damascus area

Syria's army has launched a fierce assault around Damascus, blasting rebel strongholds and sealing the main entrances to the capital, witnesses said, as prospects for peace talks dimmed.

Peace hopes dim as Syrian army targets Damascus area
'Hundreds' of rebels killed, France to leave Mali from March
'Hundreds' of rebels killed, France to leave Mali from March

French-led forces have killed hundreds of militants in fighting to reclaim northern Mali and with the rebels' last bastion secured, France said Tuesday it will begin withdrawing troops in March.

'Hundreds' of rebels killed, France to leave Mali from March
US ambassador to the United Nations Susan Rice. ©REUTERS
US calls for 'unconditional' Sudan talks with rebels

The United States on Thursday called on Sudan to hold "unconditional" talks with rebels battling government forces in two strife-torn states where the UN says thousands are close to starvation.

US calls for 'unconditional' Sudan talks with rebels
DR Congo rebels impose new leaders and taxes: officials
DR Congo rebels impose new leaders and taxes: officials

Officials in the east of the Democratic Republic of Congo accuse a rebel force of replacing traditional leaders and extorting heavy taxes from the people, while peace talks take place in Uganda under a ceasefire.

DR Congo rebels impose new leaders and taxes: officials
Syria rebels planning to break Aleppo deadlock
Syria rebels planning to break Aleppo deadlock

Rebels trying to break a months-long deadlock in their battle for Syria's second city Aleppo say they are cutting supply routes ahead of simultaneous assaults on regime bases.

Syria rebels planning to break Aleppo deadlock
No C.Africa deal in sight as rebels demand president quit
No C.Africa deal in sight as rebels demand president quit

Peace talks to resolve the Centrafrican rebel crisis were suspended, with no settlement in sight after the rebels demanded that President Francois Bozize resign and be brought before the ICC for war crimes.

No C.Africa deal in sight as rebels demand president quit
Myanmar mediators urge Suu Kyi help in Kachin war
Myanmar mediators urge Suu Kyi help in Kachin war

Mediators trying to broker a peace deal between the military and ethnic minority rebels in northern Myanmar on Saturday appealed to Nobel laureate Aung San Suu Kyi to help end the bloody conflict.

Myanmar mediators urge Suu Kyi help in Kachin war
C. Africa rebels agree to peace talks
C. Africa rebels agree to peace talks

Rebels in the Central African Republic said Wednesday they were suspending their advance and would hold peace talks with the government, after regional armies sent reinforcements to stop them reaching the capital.

C. Africa rebels agree to peace talks
C. Africa leader appeals for help to halt rebel advance
C. Africa leader appeals for help to halt rebel advance

The United States evacuated its embassy in the Central African Republic as the nation's embattled leader appealed for French and US help after rebels seized large swathes of the mineral-rich country.

C. Africa leader appeals for help to halt rebel advance
UN, US concern as C. Africa rebels close in on capital
UN, US concern as C. Africa rebels close in on capital

The UN is evacuating staff from the Central African Republic and the US has warned its citizens to leave as rebel fighters close in on the tense capital Bangui.

UN, US concern as C. Africa rebels close in on capital
Rebels continue Central Africa push as Chad troops arrive
Rebels continue Central Africa push as Chad troops arrive

Rebels in the Central African Republic seized a town near the border with Chad on Wednesday, a day after Chadian troops entered the country at Bangui's request to help the army contain the rebel offensive.

Rebels continue Central Africa push as Chad troops arrive
Obama tells Rwanda to end DRC rebel support
Obama tells Rwanda to end DRC rebel support

US President Barack Obama on Tuesday called on Rwandan President Paul Kagame to end all support for rebels in the conflict-wracked Democratic Republic of Congo.

Obama tells Rwanda to end DRC rebel support
Syria troops press assault on town near Damascus
Syria troops press assault on town near Damascus

Syrian troops shelled a besieged town near Damascus and clashed with rebels on the outskirts of the capital on Saturday as the country's conflict entered its 22nd month, a watchdog and activists said.

Syria troops press assault on town near Damascus