An Estonian soldier of the European Union Force in the Central African Republic (EUFOR-CAR) bumps fists with a Central African child in Bangui on May 8, 2014. (AFP PHOTO / ISSOUF SANOGO)
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A team from the International Criminal Court arrived in war-torn Central African Republic on Thursday on a first mission to investigate crimes committed in the country since bloodshed broke out in 2012 .Thousands have been killed and around a quarter of the country's 4.6 million people displaced since the start of the fighting in the Central African Republic.The ICC has already been investigating violence committed in the country more than a decade ago by the former vice president of the neighbouring Democratic Republic of Congo, Jean-Pierre Bemba.
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