Central African Republic clashes: UN adds more troops

After fighting between traders and fighters broke out over a dispute in Bangui, 40 people die.

The United Nations has sent more troops to patrol Bangui in the Central African Republic after fighting broke out between armed men and market traders on Tuesday over a dispute about money.

But the UN says it needs more forces.

Youth groups have given the armed men a deadline to hand in their weapons.

Al Jazeera’s Ahmed Idris reports from Bangui, CAR.