Killings Fuel Anger In Tense Central African Capital
Residents demonstrated in a Muslim neighborhood of Bangui, the Central African Republic capital, to express their anger after 3 people were killed in clashes. Tensions have soared in the mostly Christian capital after Muslim gunmen attacked a church in its Fatima neighborhood Wednesday, killing at least 17 people and abducting 27 others. The country has been gripped by ethnic and religious violence for more than a year since Seleka rebels, who are mostly Muslim, seized Bangui in March 2013.
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