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A boy fisherman casts his line as he tries to catch fish to sell and make a living, though the catches are small and sparse, on the shores of the river Ubangi in Bangui, Central African Republic Thursday, Jan. 3, 2013. President Francois Bozize consolidated military power under his control Thursday after dismissing his own son as acting defense minister along with his army chief of staff and while outside the capital government forces are at a tense standoff with rebels, in Bangui itself many residents continue to go about their daily business despite the tense political and military situation. (AP Photo/Ben Curtis)

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A boy fisherman casts his line as he tries to catch fish to sell and make a living, though the catches are small and sparse, on the shores of the river Ubangi in Bangui, Central African Republic Thursday, Jan. 3, 2013. President Francois Bozize consolidated military power under his control Thursday after dismissing his own son as acting defense minister along with his army chief of staff and while outside the capital government forces are at a tense standoff with rebels, in Bangui itself many residents continue to go about their daily business despite the tense political and military situation. (AP Photo/Ben Curtis)
A boy fisherman casts his line as he tries to catch fish to sell and make a living, though the catches are small and sparse, on the shores of the river Ubangi in Bangui, Central African Republic Thursday, Jan. 3, 2013. President Francois Bozize consolidated military power under his control Thursday after dismissing his own son as acting defense minister along with his army chief of staff and while outside the capital government forces are at a tense standoff with rebels, in Bangui itself many residents continue to go about their daily business despite the tense political and military situation. (AP Photo/Ben Curtis)
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