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And yet another wave of displacement in the town of Bouca, (Ouham region) northeastern Central African Republic (CAR), after clashes between reported anti-balaka elements and ex-Séléka forces took place last week. For the second time in over two months, people had to flee to the bush running away from the fighting. Bouca was the center of attacks in September in which the civilian population, both Christians and Muslims, were targeted by the armed groups. Around 80 people were killed. The video shows, through interviews with direct an indirect victims of violence, the consequences of the fighting, forcing thousands of people to hide in the bush or to look for protection in churches, schools or airstrips.