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CENTRALAFRICAN-FRANCE/
RTX167WS
December 07, 2013
People fleeing from the fighting between Muslim and Christian militias gather on the grounds of a church...
Bangui, Central African Republic
People fleeing from the fighting between Muslim and Christian militias gather on the grounds of a church...
People fleeing from the fighting between Muslim and Christian militias gather on the grounds of a church in the Boy Rabe neighbourhood in Bangui December 5, 2013. France rushed troops to Central African Republic on Friday but violence between Muslim and Christian militias continued unabated, spiralling into widespread killings of civilians. Hundreds of soldiers started arriving in CAR from neighbouring countries, hours after Paris was given a U.N. green light for the mission to restore order. French troops patrolled the main roads and warplanes flew low over town. But residents and rights groups reported waves of killings in neighbourhoods despite major gunbattles easing off. The Red Cross said it had collected 281 bodies from two days of violence in Bangui, but many more had been killed. REUTERS/Hippolyte Donossio (CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC - Tags: VIOLENCE CIVIL UNREST)
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