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French soldiers of the Sangaris contingent patrol the site of a barricade in central Bangui on May 30, 2014.  Security forces fired warning shots as protesters in Bangui demanded the resignation of the interim government and the removal of foreign troops from Central African Republic on Friday, a military source said. Central Africa's interim president Friday dubbed as a "terrorist act" this week's attack on a church in the capital Bangui that killed 17 people and led to 27 others being abducted on May 28.

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French soldiers of the Sangaris contingent patrol the site of a barricade in central Bangui. Security forces fired warning shots as protesters in Bangui demanded the resignation of the interim government and the removal of foreign troops from Central African Republic on Friday

Protesters carry a man who was shot by French soldiers after French troops opened fire at protesters blocking a road in Bambari

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An injured man is carried by protesters who were shot at by French soldiers as they blocked a road in Bambari, Central African Republic, on Thursday

French troops of the "Operation Sangaris" man a position at a checkpoint in Bangui's PK12 area, Central African Republic, on February 18, 2014. Eight people, including six civilians, have been killed in a firefight between African peacekeepers and fighters from the mainly Christian "anti-balaka" militia, a police source said on February 18.

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Operation Sangaris French troops man a position at a checkpoint in Bangui’s PK12 area, Central African Republic

 

French Prime Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault ...French Prime Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault (R) waits for the arrival of his Italian counterpart prior to their meeting on October 25, 2013 at the Hotel Matignon in Paris.    AFP PHOTO / PATRICK KOVARIKPATRICK KOVARIK/AFP/Getty Images

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Supporters of the Paris Saint Germain soccer club celebrating the French league title win of their team at Trocadero Plaza in Paris, Monday, May 13, 2013. Paris Saint-Germain clinched its first French league title since 1994 by defeating Lyon 1-0 on Sunday. PSG has now an unassailable seven-point lead at the top of the standings. With just two rounds left, second-place Marseille can no longer catch its fierce rival. This is PSG's first title under Qatar Sports Investments, which took control of the club in the summer of 2011 and spent over euro250 million  on transfers to strengthen the squad. The Eiffel Tower in the background. (AP Photo/Michel Euler)

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Supporters of the Paris Saint Germain football club celebrate the French league title win of their team at Trocadero Plaza in Paris on Monday. Read more