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A packed taxi drives past a French checkpoint in Bangui, Central African Republic, Monday Dec. 16, 2013. Over 1600 French troops have been deployed to the country in an effort to put an end to sectarian violence.  More than 600 people have been killed since Anti-Balaka launched a strike over Bangui last week before being pushed back.

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A packed taxi drives past a French checkpoint in Bangui, Central African Republic on Monday. Over 1,600 French troops have been deployed to the country in an effort to put an end to sectarian violence. More than 600 people have been killed since Christian groups known as the Anti-Balaka – balaka means machete – launched a strike over Bangui last week before being pushed back.

Hailo proposed road signs...EMBARGOED TO 0001 TUESDAY NOVEMBER 19 EDITORIAL USE ONLY A variety of 'road signs' positioned on a London street depicting the up to date hazards that Hailo taxi drivers believe should be part of the Highway Code.  PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Tuesday November 19, 2013. To celebrate Hailo, recruiting 13,500 drivers, the black cab app called upon 'the knowledge' of over 500 Hailo cabbies to identify the most confusing and outdated road signs which make up the Highway Code. Hailo worked closely with their drivers to create new signs that accurately reflect 21st century driving issues. Photo credit should read: David Parry/PA Wire

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Road signs erected on a London street by taxi company Hailo show hazards that their drivers believe should be introduced into the UK highway code.