Rebels fighting the government in the Central African Republic have signed a formal ceasefire following talks in Gabon.
The rebels and president agreed to the formation of a unity government from Saturday, Reuters news agency reports.
The Seleka rebel alliance took control of northern and eastern CAR in a four-week offensive starting on 10 December.
It has accused President Francois Bozize of breaking previous peace deals.
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