CAR Muslims seek refuge in church

Exclusive Al Jazeera report from Boali, where French troops are guarding a church amid sectarian clashes.

Last updated: 23 Jan 2014 02:24
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Al Jazeera has uncovered fresh evidence of the horror endured by people in the Central African Republic.

The UN says half the population is caught up in the violence between Muslim and Christian armed groups.

Barnaby Phillips has this exclusive report from a church where hundreds of Muslims are hiding in Boali, not far from the capital Bangui.


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