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US urges C. Africa to end 'cycle of violence' after lynching

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The United States called for an end to the "cycle of violence" in the Central African Republic after soldiers publicly lynched a suspected ex-rebel following a military ceremony. 

Members of the Central African Armed Forces (FACA) lynch a man suspected of being a former Seleka rebel on February 5, 2014, in Bangui

The gruesome attack, widely captured on camera, happened mere moments after new interim president Catherine Samba Panza spoke of her pride in seeing the country's armed forces contribute to national security again.

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