Interim Central African President Alexandre-Ferdinand Nguendet waves at the Isamo gendarmerie camp in Bangui on January 13, 2014, as members of the gendarmerie and military, many of whom had fled their units for fear of being killed, return to register in their regiments, heeding a call from the army chief of staff to return to barracks by January 13. AFP PHOTO / ERIC FEFERBERG
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