In this March 27, 2013 photo, young soldiers from the Seleka rebel alliance pose for a photo as they stand amidst their fellow soldiers at the Ledger Plaza Bangui hotel, in Bangui, Central African Republic. The United Nations children's agency warns that it has 'clear evidence of the continuing recruitment and use of children by armed groups' in Central African Republic. An Associated Press reporter saw dozens of youths among the ranks of the Seleka fighters in the capital, more than three weeks after the insurgents caused the president to flee the country. Child soldiers were even used in some of the heaviest fighting in the battle for Bangui. (AP Photo)

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In this March 27, 2013 photo, young soldiers from the Seleka rebel alliance pose for a photo as they stand amidst their fellow soldiers at the Ledger Plaza Bangui hotel, in Bangui, Central African Republic. The United Nations children's agency warns that it has 'clear evidence of the continuing recruitment and use of children by armed groups' in Central African Republic. An Associated Press reporter saw dozens of youths among the ranks of the Seleka fighters in the capital, more than three weeks after the insurgents caused the president to flee the country. Child soldiers were even used in some of the heaviest fighting in the battle for Bangui. (AP Photo)
In this March 27, 2013 photo, young soldiers from the Seleka rebel alliance pose for a photo as they stand amidst their fellow soldiers at the Ledger Plaza Bangui hotel, in Bangui, Central African Republic. The United Nations children's agency warns that it has 'clear evidence of the continuing recruitment and use of children by armed groups' in Central African Republic. An Associated Press reporter saw dozens of youths among the ranks of the Seleka fighters in the capital, more than three weeks after the insurgents caused the president to flee the country. Child soldiers were even used in some of the heaviest fighting in the battle for Bangui. (AP Photo)
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