French soldiers control access to the airport in Bangui, Central African Republic, Thursday, March 28, 2013. Two months after peace negotiations led to a power sharing deal, Seleka rebel forces invaded Central African Republic's capital over the weekend. Rebel leader Michel Djotodia Sunday declared himself president of the impoverished, but mineral rich nation for at least the next three years, but some of his colleagues from the Seleka alliance are already saying they never intended for him to single handedly lead the country after the ouster of longtime President Francois Bozize. (AP Photo)

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French soldiers control access to the airport in Bangui, Central African Republic, Thursday, March 28, 2013. Two months after peace negotiations led to a power sharing deal, Seleka rebel forces invaded Central African Republic's capital over the weekend. Rebel leader Michel Djotodia Sunday declared himself president of the impoverished, but mineral rich nation for at least the next three years, but some of his colleagues from the Seleka alliance are already saying they never intended for him to single handedly lead the country after the ouster of longtime President Francois Bozize. (AP Photo)
French soldiers control access to the airport in Bangui, Central African Republic, Thursday, March 28, 2013. Two months after peace negotiations led to a power sharing deal, Seleka rebel forces invaded Central African Republic's capital over the weekend. Rebel leader Michel Djotodia Sunday declared himself president of the impoverished, but mineral rich nation for at least the next three years, but some of his colleagues from the Seleka alliance are already saying they never intended for him to single handedly lead the country after the ouster of longtime President Francois Bozize. (AP Photo)
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