Residents of Bossangoa living in a makeshift camp in the playground of a school
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Muslims in CAR living in makeshift camp to avoid attack

The entire Muslim community of a small town in the Central African Republic has relocated to a makeshift camp in the playground of a school to avoid Christian reprisal attacks.

Residents of Bossangoa have been forced to take shelter after increased violence in the area.

Thomas Fessy reports.

  • 10 Dec 2013
  • From the section Africa
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