Central African Republic-Conflict-Tragedy

31 people mowed down by CAR militia

APA-Bangui (Central African Republic) By Pierre Koutoukpe

At least 31 people have been killed in Ngoundili and Lemona, in the town of Paoua, northwest of the Central African Republic in an attack by a branch of the former Seleka rebel Return- Reclamation -Rehabilitation (3Rs). MP Lucien Mbaïgoto said in Bangui on Wednesday.

According to security sources, the killings took place on Tuesday. 

Mbaïgoto said this act of violence jeopardizes the peace agreement signed in Khartoum, Sudan by the government and rebel groups which was endorsed in Bangui.


Last April, some 50 people were butchered by rebel groups in Zangba, in the east of the country.



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