In this photo taken Friday, April 5, 2013, rebel soldiers from the Seleka alliance stand guard outside the entrance to the Ledger Plaza Bangui Hotel, in Bangui, Central African Republic. Rebel fighters seized the presidential palace when they overtook the capital in March, though when it came to setting up shop they set their sights a bit loftier: the city's sole luxury hotel. The hotel is now home to the top brass who sleep in rooms where executive suites start at $675, and the self-appointed president, whose luxury villa behind the drained swimming pool has a listed rate of about $3,850 a night. (AP Photo/Krista Larson)

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In this photo taken Friday, April 5, 2013, rebel soldiers from the Seleka alliance stand guard outside the entrance to the Ledger Plaza Bangui Hotel, in Bangui, Central African Republic. Rebel fighters seized the presidential palace when they overtook the capital in March, though when it came to setting up shop they set their sights a bit loftier: the city's sole luxury hotel. The hotel is now home to the top brass who sleep in rooms where executive suites start at $675, and the self-appointed president, whose luxury villa behind the drained swimming pool has a listed rate of about $3,850 a night. (AP Photo/Krista Larson)
In this photo taken Friday, April 5, 2013, rebel soldiers from the Seleka alliance stand guard outside the entrance to the Ledger Plaza Bangui Hotel, in Bangui, Central African Republic. Rebel fighters seized the presidential palace when they overtook the capital in March, though when it came to setting up shop they set their sights a bit loftier: the city's sole luxury hotel. The hotel is now home to the top brass who sleep in rooms where executive suites start at $675, and the self-appointed president, whose luxury villa behind the drained swimming pool has a listed rate of about $3,850 a night. (AP Photo/Krista Larson)
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