Brutal sectarian clashes continue in CAR

UN Photo/Amanda Voisard

At least 42 deaths confirmed, including the death of a teenage boy by decapitation. Foreign Minister Samuel Rangba of Central African Republic told UN that CAR was beset by “blind and savage violence” perpetrated by irregular armed groups.


Brutal sectarian violence continues in the Central African Republic (CAR) and Red Cross officials pleaded for access to the Bangui neighborhoods to help the wounded and to recover bodies.

The Associated Press (AP) reported that the sectarian clashes between rivaling Christian and Muslim militias, has caused the death of at least 42 people, including the death of a teenage boy by decapitation. The brutality of the clashes, worries the UN officials and according to the UN, two of its peacekeepe...


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