Violence continues to flare in the Central African Republic. At times, the fighting is between Muslim and Christian militia. But in late November, two different groups tied to the Muslim Seleka militia fought in the northeastern town of Bria, leaving an estimated 85 civilians dead. The violence also displaced nearly 13,000 people. VOA's Zack Baddorf reports from Bria on the aid organizations working to fill some critical needs.
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