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'Party over' in C. Africa as troops return to barracks

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The new interim president of the violence-wracked Central African Republic told marauding fighters Monday that "the party is over" after weeks of deadly sectarian violence, as deserting troops and police returned to duty. 

Central African soldiers who had left their units do push-ups under the orders of their officer, as they return to register in their regiment following an announcement of the country's interim president on January 13, 2014 in Bangui

Alexandre-Ferdinand Nguendet, speaker of the impoverished country's provisional parliament and interim president, vowed that the "anarchy" that has gripped the country would be swiftly brought to an end.

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