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    Bangui: Awash in Desperation and Feari
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    December 25, 2013 10:06 PM
    As battles continued Wednesday between Christian and Muslim militia groups in the Central African Republic's war-torn capital, Bangui, images emerged of a city awash in desperation and fear. In videotaped interviews obtained by VOA over the past few days, Bangui residents spoke of displacement, hardship and rape.

    Bangui: Awash in Desperation and Fear

    Published December 25, 2013

    As battles continued Wednesday between Christian and Muslim militia groups in the Central African Republic's war-torn capital, Bangui, images emerged of a city awash in desperation and fear. In videotaped interviews obtained by VOA over the past few days, Bangui residents spoke of displacement, hardship and rape.


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