A Seleka rebel uses a belt to chase a local man on a street in Bangui while other Seleka rebels approach in their vehicles. Rebel group Seleka ousted the Central African Republic President Francois Bozize in a Coup d'Etat in March 2013. They immediately began enlisting unemployed youth into their ranks. These youths were given a brief training, armed and sent out to patrol the city. However, chaos has ensued as coup leader Michel Djotodia and his new government struggle to control their soldiers. Looting is widespread and there are regular clashes between different Seleka groupings.