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five Europeans released after being summoned to the DST

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In the Central African Republic, the five European nationals, summoned on March 10, 2023 to the Directorate of Territorial Surveillance (Dst), emerged free. They had spent the day yesterday in interrogation after their arrest at dawn.

In the Central African Republic, the five men were able to leave the premises of the Directorate of Territorial Surveillance (DST) in Port Amon, Bangui, free. No charges have been brought against them. Their phones and computers were returned to them. They are two French, a Belgian, a Spaniard and an Italian.

They had been arrested the day before, Thursday March 9, at dawn at their hotel, the Relais des Chasses, with five other people, customers and employees of the establishment.

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Their profiles are varied: a representative of the International Football Federation who has come for a training mission, a volunteer from a French association of retirees who provides technical training or even an executive from an earthworks company who works on the repair of roads.

All had been released during the day or in the evening for the last five, those who had to return this Friday morning to the DST.

There was no official communication concerning this police operation, the reasons for this raid. According to sources on site, the police officers of the Central Office for the Repression of Banditry (OCRB) would have been looking for highly flammable products or any other suspicious material, but found nothing of the sort, neither in the rooms nor in the the premises of the restaurant which they had returned to search in the middle of the day.

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