Chad government denies backing rebels in C. Africa coup

Seleka rebels patrol on March 31, 2013, in Berengo.  By Patrick Fort (AFP/Fil)

Seleka rebels patrol on March 31, 2013, in Berengo. By Patrick Fort (AFP/Fil)






N’DJAMENA (Chad) (AFP) – The Chadian government on Thursday strongly denied accusations by ousted Central African leader Francois Bozize that it had helped the Seleka rebels who overthrew his regime 10 days ago.

“The former president (Bozize) has engaged in a series of very serious accusations which the Chadian government categorically denies,” the government said in a statement.


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