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Chadian President Idriss Deby has said that the former Central Africa Republic army chief of staff, Gen Francois Bozize, currently exiled in Chad, is "no danger" to the CAR regime. Deby also urged CAR President Ange-Felix Patasse to put to an end the "killing of Chadians" and the "plundering" of their property both at the border and inside the CAR. The following is the text of Deby's interview broadcast by Radio France Internationale on 13 March; subheadings inserted editorially:
Our newscast guest this morning is Idriss Deby, the president of Chad. He is interviewed by Boniface Vignon.
[Reporter] Good morning Mr President.
[Deby] Good morning.
[Reporter] First, let us talk about the [former CAR army chief of staff Francois] Bozize issue. Why can he not …