Armed Muslim Seleka militants attacked a camp for internally displaced people (IDPs) in Central African Republic (CAR) on 3 December, killing eight Christians and wounding one UN peacekeeper.
The attack took place in Ngakobo, about 60 km south of Bambari, in central CAR.
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National Communist Party ofﬁcials informed the Maranatha First Baptist Church, Holguin, on 21 December that the decision to expropriate the church property had been reversed.
Instead, government officers told the denominational and church leadership that they will begin the process of allowing the church to build a more adequate structure on the property to accommodate the large congregation.
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