By Hannah McNeish
BOSSANGOA, 22 November 2013 (IRIN) - The teeming hospital grounds in Bossangoa, a northwestern town in the Central African Republic (CAR), offers a glimpse into the worsening crisis the country has faced since a rebel alliance known as Seleka took power by force in March 2013.
Over a thousand people are seeking shelter in the facility. Amid clouds of smoke from cooking fires, children sit listless, women pound maize and groups of men stare off into space.
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