Peacekeeping Cuts Jeopardize Central African Republic

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BANGUI, Central African Republic – Since May 8, fighting in the southeastern city of Bangassou, the southern town of Alindao and the central mining town of Bria has left more than 300 people dead, 200 injured and 70,000 displaced, according to the U.N.

The spreading violence “is highly worrying and should set off loud alarm bells,” said the U.N. high commissioner for human rights, Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein.

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