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(L-R) General Babacar Gaye, the UN secretary general's representative to Central African Republic, CAR President Catherine Samba Panza and Congo President Denis Sassou Nguesso at talks in Brazzaville on the bloodshed in CAR, on July 21, 2014(L-R) General Babacar Gaye, the UN secretary general's representative to Central African Republic, CAR President Catherine Samba Panza and Congo President Denis Sassou Nguesso at talks in Brazzaville on the bloodshed in CAR, on July 21, 2014

(L-R) General Babacar Gaye, the UN secretary general's representative to Central African Republic, CAR President Catherine Samba Panza and Congo President Denis Sassou Nguesso at talks in Brazzaville on the bloodshed in CAR, on July 21, 2014(L-R) General Babacar Gaye, the UN secretary general's representative to Central African Republic, CAR President Catherine Samba Panza and Congo President Denis Sassou Nguesso at talks in Brazzaville on the bloodshed in CAR, on July 21, 2014

Delegates from Central Africa's Seleka ex-rebel group failed to show up Tuesday for a second day of peace talks in Brazzaville seeking to end more than a year of sectarian bloodshed, AFP reported.

The two main negotiating sessions, on securing an end to hostilities and disarming fighters in CAR, were suspended in the absence of the Muslim movement.

Date created : 2014-07-22