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Children caught in CAR conflict

Majority of those affected by fighting between Christian and Muslim armed groups since 2012 are women and children.

Last updated: 17 Feb 2014 03:33
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The UN says it is horrified by the cruelty and violence towards children in the Central African Republic.

Fighting between rival Christian and Muslim fighters has displaced around a fifth of the population since 2012. And the majority of those affected are women and children.

Al Jazeera's Lin Jiamei explains.

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