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Thousands of refugees from Central African Republic seeking refuge in DRC

10, Jan 2016

Thousands of civilians, who fled religious violence in the Central African Republic after Muslim Seleka rebels seized power in early 2013, remain in neighbouring Democratic Republic Of Congo. Efforts are being made to have rival groups get along. Meanwhile rebuilding continues back home, where the country held presidential elections in a December 30 2015 poll. Central African Republic turned violent in early 2013 when Seleka Rebels seized power in the majority Christian country, sparking reprisals from Christian militias called the Anti-Balaka