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01 January 2013 Military News

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  • EU Urges Talks in Central African Republic RIA Novosti 01 Jan 2013 -- The EU's Foreign Policy chief Catherine Ashton has again expressed concern over continuing violence in the Central African Republic (CAR) and urged the parties to negotiate a peaceful settlement.
  • Rebels Threaten Capital Despite Unity Offer in CAR VOA 01 Jan 2013 -- Residents are anxiously celebrating the new year in the Central African Republic where a tense standoff is under way between the government and rebels who are threatening to invade the capital, Bangui.
  • CAR Negotiations May Not Be Possible VOA 01 Jan 2013 -- The Central African Republic capital of Bangui remained tense Tuesday as rebels threatened to take the last major government stronghold, the city of Damara, just 75 kilometers away. President Francois Bozize said he is willing to negotiate a unity government. However, rebels say he must go. It remains to be seen whether or not a negotiated solution is still possible.
  • Syria Begins New Year With More Violence VOA 01 Jan 2013 -- Syrian government troops and rebel forces fought Tuesday on the outskirts of Damascus and near the city of Aleppo.
  • ASEAN Leader to Push Consensus on South China Sea Disputes VOA 01 Jan 2013 -- The Association of Southeast Asian Nations has appointed its first secretary-general from Vietnam, a one-party communist state and one of four ASEAN members in conflict with China over territory in the South China Sea. ASEAN has struggled over the past year to form a consensus on the issue and having a leader from Vietnam will keep the spotlight on the dispute. But political analysts say Vietnamese leadership will also be more reserved and cautious in seeking agreement on the issue.

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