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At least 22 people killed as rival militias clash in Central African Republic - Stuff.co.nz;

At least 22 people killed as rival militias clash in Central African Republic - Stuff.co.nz

Stuff.co.nzAt least 22 people killed as rival militias clash in Central African RepublicStuff.co.nzAn armed fighter belonging to the 3R armed militia displays his weapons in the town of Koui, Central African Republic on April 27, 2017. (File photo). At least 22 people have been killed in three days of fighting in a town in southeastern Central ...and more »

UN refugee agency 'extremely worried' about renewed violence in Central African Republic - indiablooms;

UN refugee agency 'extremely worried' about renewed violence in Central African Republic - indiablooms

indiabloomsUN refugee agency 'extremely worried' about renewed violence in Central African RepublicindiabloomsNew York, June 30(Just Earth News): The United Nations refugee agency has voiced concern over a flow of people fleeing renewed violence in some parts of the Central African Republic, a country that has already seen a half million people internally ...and more »

Escalating Violence in CAR Threatens Thousands of Civilians - Voice of America;

Escalating Violence in CAR Threatens Thousands of Civilians - Voice of America

Voice of AmericaEscalating Violence in CAR Threatens Thousands of CiviliansVoice of AmericaThe U.N. refugee agency warns renewed violence in the Central African Republic is threatening thousands of civilian lives, forcing many to flee and destroying villages and camps for displaced people. United Nations officials describe a chaotic scene of ...and more »

At least 22 killed in Central African Republic clashes - Reuters India;

At least 22 killed in Central African Republic clashes - Reuters India

Reuters IndiaAt least 22 killed in Central African Republic clashesReuters IndiaBANGUI (Reuters) - At least 22 people have been killed in three days of fighting in a town in southeastern Central African Republic, a member of parliament from the area and a local journalist said on Friday. The clashes between armed Fulani herders ...and more »

Central African Republic: Can Forests Help Revive War-Torn Central African Republic? - AllAfrica.com

Central African Republic: Can Forests Help Revive War-Torn Central African Republic?AllAfrica.comAny views expressed in this article are those of the author and not of Thomson Reuters Foundation. For the country to benefit from its rich natural resources, the trade in illegal timber must be stopped. Earlier this month, the United Nations envoy for ...and more »