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UK Flying Military Equipment to Assist French Intervention in Central African Republic

The British government says it is flying military equipment to the Central African Republic on a C-17 to help with France’s intervention there.

Foreign Secretary William Hague says the U.K. agreed to provide a C-17 transport aircraft for the French military effort, which began overnight with patrols and a helicopter detachment arriving to quell violence in the streets of the capital, Bangui.

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