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CAR one year on

By Philip Kleinfeld

Tuesday 14 February will mark a year since elections were held in the Central African Republic. Since then thousands have been driven from their homes by fighting between the Seleka rebels who deposed president François Bozizié and anti-Balaka militias. Correspondent Philip Kleinfeld visits two camps in the capital Bangui where thousands of Central Africans are still seeking sanctuary.

 

 

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