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More than 90 percent of the western Central African Republic’s Muslim inhabitants have fled violence in the past few months. Armed international forces are protecting the last Muslims in a few enclaves under very precarious conditions.

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In the past week week, renewed clashes between Christian youths and young Muslims have been producing more victims in Bangui, capital of Central African Republic (CAR). Some of them have been treated at the city's General Hospital, where Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) supports the emergency surgery service.

4:00PM, Wednesday, May 28, General Hospital of Bangui

"There is fighting in PK5."

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Nearly 7,000 people fled into the bush after fighting erupted in Boguila on the night of April 11, 2014.

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MSF humanitarian affairs officer Albert Caramés discusses his experience in the troubled Central African Republic.

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Massacres, killings, torture, mass displacements, misery, urgent medical needs—these have been regular features of life in Central African Republic (CAR) in the year since a coup d’etat triggered recurring waves of violence in the country that continue to this day.

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Heavy automatic weapon fire and grenade explosions in neighborhoods in the Central African Republic capital of Bangui from March 22 to 24 injured scores of people, several of whom were treated by MSF.

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MSF teams in Baibokoum, Chad, are running programs for refugees coming across the border with Central African Republic (CAR), 30 kilometers [18 miles] to the west.

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Refugees from CAR are struggling to endure horrid conditions and extreme privation.

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As the cycle of retaliatory violence continues to escalate in Central African Republic (CAR), the number of people fleeing the country in recent weeks has soared.

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