Central Africa signs peace deal
Central African Republic concluded a peace deal with 14 armed groups on following two weeks of talks in Khartoum, Sudan.
The peace deal was announced by the African Union but the terms were not immediately released.
Central African Republic has been tormented by violence since 2013 when Selaka rebels ousted President Francois Bozize, stirring conflict between Muslim and Christian militias. United Nations peacekeepers were deployed in 2014, however their numbers were not sufficient to end the ongoing violence.