At least 21 killed in attacks in Central African Republic capital

By REUTERS
September 26, 2015 22:09

 
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At least 21 people were killed in the capital of Central African Republic on Saturday and around 100 others were wounded as Muslims attacked a mainly Christian neighbourhood, senior hospital officials and witnesses said.

The attack was in apparent revenge after a Muslim man was killed and his body found dumped in the street, witnesses said. It is the worst violence this year in a city secured by French and United Nations peacekeepers.

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