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30 dead, dozens injured in C Africa fighting: UN

AFP  |  Bangui 

Thirty people were killed and 57 hurt in clashes between mainly-Muslim militia and UN peacekeepers in Central African Republic, the UN mission said today.

The fighting today in the central market town of Kaga Bandoro began when a member of the mainly Muslim ex-Seleka militia was killed during an attempted robbery by the group.

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30 dead, dozens injured in C Africa fighting: UN

Thirty people were killed and 57 hurt in clashes between mainly-Muslim militia and UN peacekeepers in Central African Republic, the UN mission said today. The fighting today in the central market town of Kaga Bandoro began when a member of the mainly Muslim ex-Seleka militia was killed during an attempted robbery by the group. Thirty people were killed and 57 hurt in clashes between mainly-Muslim militia and UN peacekeepers in Central African Republic, the UN mission said today.

The fighting today in the central market town of Kaga Bandoro began when a member of the mainly Muslim ex-Seleka militia was killed during an attempted robbery by the group.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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30 dead, dozens injured in C Africa fighting: UN

Thirty people were killed and 57 hurt in clashes between mainly-Muslim militia and UN peacekeepers in Central African Republic, the UN mission said today.

The fighting today in the central market town of Kaga Bandoro began when a member of the mainly Muslim ex-Seleka militia was killed during an attempted robbery by the group.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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