CAR conflict: President's resignation fails to quell violence
Two days after the resignation of the Central African Republic's interim president, the mood in the capital Bangui remains tense.
Michel Djotodia resigned his post on Friday, at a summit aimed at ending the ongoing sectarian violence.
Clashes between rival militias have continued since his departure.
A number of shops owned by Muslims and at least two mosques have been looted.
Thomas Fessy reports from Bangui.
12 Jan 2014
- From the section Africa