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CAR conflict: One in three children missing out on education

UNICEF says a third of children are missing out on an education because of the fighting between armed groups. Many schools have been destroyed or are being used as camps for people who have escaped the violence.

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    UNICEF says one of its workers and four teachers have been killed in the Central African Republic. It says a third of children are missing out on an education because of the fighting between armed groups. Many schools have been destroyed or are being used as camps for people who have escaped the violence.

    Al Jazeera's Catherine Soi reports from the eastern town of Bria.


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