January 28, 2014

The UN Security Council on Tuesday gave European troops backing to use force in Central African Republic amid a new international push to end deadly chaos in the country.

The United Nations believes at least 10,000 troops will eventually be needed to restore order, France’s UN ambassador said after the latest UN Security Council initiative on the crisis.

The 15-nation council unanimously backed a resolution that allows a proposed European Union contingent to use “all necessary force” to protect civilians caught in 10 months of strife since rebels seized power.

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