In Central African Republic, newly elected President Faustin Archange Touadera took the oath of office yesterday, ushering in the first elected leader since Muslim rebels overthrew the government more than three years ago. 
The inauguration came as former coloniser France said its

troops plan to leave the country by the end of the year. Touadera, a former math Professor and Prime Minister, won the February 14 runoff with nearly 63 percent of the vote. Touadera's presidency puts an end to a two-year transitional government that came into force in early 2014.

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