Africa

CAR President Now in Cameroon After Rebels Take the Capital

Francpis Bozize has been president since a 2003 coup

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Cameroon officials say the president of the Central African Republic, Francpis Bozize, is taking shelter there, after fleeing Sunday when rebels captured the capital. Also Monday, Michel Djotodia, the leader of the Seleka rebel coalition, says he is taking over as president.