Faustin Archange Touadera
Ugandan warlord Joseph Kony is rumored to have a hideout in the landlocked country, but Central African Republic has a civil war of its own.
The rebel group made unconfirmed claims that three civilians were also killed.
Two ex-factions of the mainly Muslim Séléka rebel coalition clashed in the country's remote north.
The country has been blighted by years of inter-religious violence.
World leaders are gathering support for the country at a Brussels conference Thursday.
The U.N. mission has played a key role in stabilizing the war-torn country.
The conflict-torn country recently elected a new president, who has pledged to disarm militant groups.
Touadera is tasked with establishing peace in a country decimated by sectarian conflict.
One of the world's poorest countries will soon be led by an ex-banker or former maths professor.
The conflict-torn country will find out on February 14 who its new leader is.
The allegations are the latest in a long line against peacekeepers and international forces in CAR.
Two candidates for the presidency will face off on February 14.