France says will not intervene in C. Africa conflict


President François Hollande said on Thursday that French troops would not interfere in the internal affairs of its former colony the Central African Republic, where rebels have seized a large chunk of territory in recent weeks. "If we are present, it is not to protect a regime, it is to protect our nationals and our interests," he said. Duration: 00:50

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