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Muslims Under Threat in CARi
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February 13, 2014 4:05 PM
The United Nations and international human rights groups say militias in the Central African Republic, known as the anti-Balaka, are carrying out an "ethnic cleansing" of the country's Muslim minority. Muslims are being targeted as payback for abuses committed by the recently ousted Seleka rebel coalition. VOA's Anne Look was in the western town of Boali, where Muslim residents have been living in a church for protection for the past month.

Muslims Under Threat in CAR

Published February 13, 2014

The United Nations and international human rights groups say militias in the Central African Republic, known as the anti-Balaka, are carrying out an "ethnic cleansing" of the country's Muslim minority. Muslims are being targeted as payback for abuses committed by the recently ousted Seleka rebel coalition. VOA's Anne Look was in the western town of Boali, where Muslim residents have been living in a church for protection for the past month.


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