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Central African Republic: Attacks Show Urgent Need to Protect Civilians

Massacres in Remote Villages

Témoignages.re / 3 April 2014

Anti-balaka fighters killed at least 72 Muslim men and boys, some as young as nine, in two recent attacks in southwestern Central African Republic, Human Rights Watch said today. The assaults, on February 1 and 5, 2014, were in the village of Guen, in a region where abuses have been rampant, but not widely reported. Human Rights Watch interviewed survivors who had fled to a nearby village.

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