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22 Feb 2014 01:10 GMT | Africa, Central African Republic, Chad
A convoy carrying Muslims to Chad has been attacked in the Central African Republic.
They are the latest refugees to be forced from their homes after months of sectarian violence.Al Jazeera's Tania Page reports from Bangui.
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