Africa

Anti-Muslim Attack Leaves Town in Ruins in CARi
X
September 16, 2013
Recent inter-religious fighting in the Central African Republic has raised tensions between communities and has threatened the rebel-led government. VOA Correspondent Gabe Joselow reports from the town of Bouca, which was left in ruins following an attack targeting Muslims a week ago.

Anti-Muslim Attack Leaves Town in Ruins in CAR

Published September 16, 2013

Recent inter-religious fighting in the Central African Republic has raised tensions between communities and has threatened the rebel-led government. VOA Correspondent Gabe Joselow reports from the town of Bouca, which was left in ruins following an attack targeting Muslims a week ago.


You May Like

Wikipedia Proves Useful for Tracking Flu

Technique gave better results than Center for Disease Control (CDC) and Google’s Flu Trends More

Turkish Law Gives Spy Agency Controversial Powers

Parliament approves legislation to bolster powers of intelligence service, which government claims is necessary to modernize and deal with new threats Turkey faces More

Video Face of American Farmer Changing

Average American farmer is now 58 years old, and farmers 65 and older are the fastest growing segment of the population More