Chad President Idriss Deby, left, speaks with Gabonese counterpart Ali Bongo, during peace talks on the Central African Republic crisis, in Libreville, Gabon, Friday, Jan. 11, 2013. Officials say that the rebel group controlling much of the northern half of the Central African Republic has agreed to enter into a coalition with the government. The deal will allow President Francois Bozize to stay in office until his current term expires in 2016. (AP Photo/Joel Bouopda Tatou)

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Chad President Idriss Deby, left, speaks with Gabonese counterpart Ali Bongo, during peace talks on the Central African Republic crisis, in Libreville, Gabon, Friday, Jan. 11, 2013. Officials say that the rebel group controlling much of the northern half of the Central African Republic has agreed to enter into a coalition with the government. The deal will allow President Francois Bozize to stay in office until his current term expires in 2016. (AP Photo/Joel Bouopda Tatou)
Chad President Idriss Deby, left, speaks with Gabonese counterpart Ali Bongo, during peace talks on the Central African Republic crisis, in Libreville, Gabon, Friday, Jan. 11, 2013. Officials say that the rebel group controlling much of the northern half of the Central African Republic has agreed to enter into a coalition with the government. The deal will allow President Francois Bozize to stay in office until his current term expires in 2016. (AP Photo/Joel Bouopda Tatou)
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