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    Humanitarian Groups Warn of Unprecedented Violence in CARi
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    November 28, 2013 6:54 PM
    Humanitarian groups say the situation in the Central African Republic is worsening daily, with the violence in some areas reaching unprecedented levels. France says it is sending additional troops to help restore order in the country. Zlatica Hoke reports that civilians are the main victims of the fighting between the largely Muslim former rebels and militia groups set up to protect Christian communities.

    Humanitarian Groups Warn of Unprecedented Violence in CAR

    Published November 28, 2013

    Humanitarian groups say the situation in the Central African Republic is worsening daily, with the violence in some areas reaching unprecedented levels. France says it is sending additional troops to help restore order in the country. Zlatica Hoke reports that civilians are the main victims of the fighting between the largely Muslim former rebels and militia groups set up to protect Christian communities.


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