C. African Republic leader OKs faster elections
BANGUI, Central African Republic -- A spokesman for Central African Republic's new government says the country's self-declared president is now willing to speed up the process of holding new elections.
Government spokesman Crepin Mboli-Goumba said Thursday that leader Michel Djotodia had accepted recommendations made by neighboring countries earlier this week.
Those suggestions include setting up an interim council that will lead the country though a political transition to democracy. Mboli-Goumba says a president will be chosen to lead that body soon.
Djotodia's rebel fighters seized... read more
- 02:51 Short-handed Diamondbacks nearly no-hit by Padres
- 02:33 Horizon wins at home on ninth-inning walk-off, 4-3
- 01:03 Giuliani adds toughness, star power to legal team for Trump
- 01:03 Haley's response: 'I don't get confused' draws notice
- 01:03 Steyer's talk of impeaching Trump not appealing to Dems
- 00:46 Dems' lawsuit alleges conspiracy between Trump camp, Russia
- 00:22 Madisen Duryea builds on home run total as Bradshaw Mountain...
- 23:17 Arizona Diamondbacks' bullpen getting results without overpowering...
- 22:09 Diamondbacks hold A.J. Pollock, Chris Owings out after outfield...
- 21:38 High holiday: Pot fans join 420 smoke-out in San Francisco